### 2019年10月11日大陆地区GRE考试真题回顾

GRE机经回忆之数学部分

GRE机经回忆之数学 1
1575有多少个质因数

GRE机经回忆之数学 2
3个数字组成的4位数的个数和4个数字组成的3位数个数谁多?
(数字可以重复使用)

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GRE机经回忆之数学 4
x是正整数，问(x+1)(x+2)(x+3)除以5的余数和1比较大小

GRE机经回忆之数学 5
p:t=8，t:8=r/2，问p:r=多少

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GRE机经回忆之数学 7

GRE机经回忆之数学 8

GRE机经回忆之数学 9
Fclub有20000人，M club 30000人，加一起的membership是45000，问从Fclub里选一个人，他同时有M club membership的可能性是多少

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GRE机经回忆之数学 11

GRE机经回忆之数学 12
4的32次方减去3的32次方的个位数是多少

GRE机经回忆之数学 13
100个白球，100个红球，100个绿球，问至少取多少个球可以保证有4个颜色一样的球

GRE真题回忆之填空部分

GRE机经回忆之填空14-6

Gravitational waves—ripples in the geometry of space-time—are analogous to electromagnetic waves. The challenge in trying to observe these waves directly is that they are extremely weak. To make waves large enough to be (i)_____, the most (ii)_____ events in the universe are required: supernova explosions, the formation of black holes, or the collision of stars. Even so, the effects are (iii)_____. The geometry changes so little that a distance of several kilometers changes by less than the diameter of a proton.

 A. detectable D. obvious G. masked B. usable E. subtle H. disastrous C. explicable F. violent I. minuscule

GRE机经回忆之填空 5-3

Mr. Stevens found that home schooling, far from representing (i)_____ philosophy, (ii)_____ some of the most widely accepted education ideas: that children should be treated as individuals, taught in small numbers, and given a measure of discretion over their own learning.

 A. a benign D. overcomes B. an orthodox E. embodies C. an anomalous F. anticipates

GRE机经回忆之填空 103-3

Psychologists note that in making purchase decisions, consumers often unconsciously use mental shortcuts, such as familiarity with a brand name to (i)_____ routine problems efficiently. Thus, part of what companies aim for developing a brand is very specifically to (ii)_____ consumers’ conscious thought.

GRE机经回忆之填空 78-1

By deliberately dripping paint on their canvases, expressionists affirmed that paint is not _____ entity, something merely to be moved where the artist please, but rather a material possessing a fluid energy that the painter attempts to control.

A. an immutable

B. an expressive

C. a vital

D. a passive

E. a kinetic

GRE机经回忆之填空 119-8

During the fifteenth century, three aspects of the mathematical sciences were usually singled out as _____: their preparatory value for the study of philosophy, their practical advantage for the community, and their antiquity.

A. estimated

B. superlative

C. inflated

D. praiseworthy

E. unique

GRE机经回忆之填空 74-3

The novel’s heroine shows a remarkable (i)_____ to worship at the altar of youth; in her world, youth is (ii)_____, while age, by contrast, confers competence and wisdom.

 A. disinclination D. incredulous B. desire E. sagacious C. tendency F. callow

GRE机经回忆之填空 51-6

Campus-wide discussion on academic integrity can be (i)_____ by the fact that faculty and students tend to define cheating in (ii)_____ ways. Even when they concur on what cheating means, faculty and students often assign different levels of severity to specific violations. These differences can serve as a major (iii)_____ the creation of a commonly accepted set of standards of integrity that are consistently applied to all academic work within the campus community.

 A. expedited D. disparate G. indictment of B.   obscured E. conventional H. impediment to C. hampered F. rigid I. metaphor for

GRE机经回忆之填空 64-1

Discussions of impending water shortages are often couched in apocalyptic rhetoric, yet if the language is somewhat _____, the basic message is sound: water is indeed scarce and growing scarcer.

A. abstract

B. complacent

C. ambiguous

D. unfamiliar

GRE机经回忆之填空 77-1

In an ironic twist, the recent _____ of the reductive observational methods that have enabled science to progress for four centuries may turn out to be science’s biggest step forward.

A. introduction

B. validation

C. acceptance

D. standardization

E. questioning

GRE机经回忆之填空 29-2

A new television documentary focuses on of the prime minister’s defining contradiction, portraying her as a woman who cultivated an image of _____, but who liked to live grandly.

A. irascibility

B. abstemiousness

C. contentiousness

D. insouciance

E. surreptitiousness

GRE机经回忆之填空 108-6

The longer the migratory route, the more fat migrating birds must accumulate as fuel for their flight. The gain in body mass would make birds obese by human standards, and should render them unable to fly, but this gain is (i)_____ premigratory (ii)_____ of digestive organs, inactive during migration, and by the (iii)_____ of the muscles that power the flight.

 A. partially offset by D. shrinking G. strengthening B. strongly suggestive of E. specialization H. attenuation C. seemingly unrelated to F. capacity I. responsiveness

GRE机经回忆之填空 119-3

Though the play crackles with humor, the dialogue is less (i)_____ when it comes to the drama’s emotional core. There the players tend to spell out their emotions in (ii)_____ aphorisms, and repeat them as necessary.

 A. adroit D. shrewd B. ambiguous E. jejune C. transparent F. riotous

GRE机经回忆之填空 79-6

As the study of the foundation of western Shanghai reveals, there was a sense of elegance in the refined, simple lines that characterized the entire row, bereft of the exuberant, emphatic, assertive, ornament that constituted the latest British architectural fashion, which expressed its detestation of Plalladianism and neoclassicism—London’s Regent Street then being regarded as abhorrent—calling it the product of a (i)_____ “shopocracy”. The (ii)_____ of Western architectural taste—oscillating between simplicity and ornamental (iii)_____—must have bemused Chinese observers who had long accepted that both approaches were valid and could co-exist.

 A. superficial D. impermanence G. profundity B. quintessential E. eternality H. modesty C. disdained F. subtlety I. exuberance

GRE机经回忆之填空 31-6

For many years, Americans have had a love affair with ferryboats. Ferries are said to relieve our frayed nerves after we’ve stewed in bumper-to-bumper traffic, and conventional wisdom also says ferries (i)_____ congestion and air pollution by getting us out of cars. Unfortunately, this (ii)_____ notion recently has (iii)_____ several West Coast mayors, who have in consequence eagerly pursued the implementation of ferry service in their cities.

 A. contribute to D. provocative G. captivated B. reduce E. misguided H. confused C. cover up F. cynical I. outraged

GRE机经回忆之填空 81-7

In its few decades of existence, the field of technology assessment has undergone large changes: its original high ambitions to predict consequences of technology have been _____ if not discarded.

A. deferred

B. subverted

C. abandoned

D. relinquished

E. tempered

F. modulated

GRE机经回忆之阅读部分

【所有题目均出自于真经阅读机经260篇】
GRE阅读-正文-Passage 106

Although vastly popular during its time, much nineteenth-century women’s fiction in the United States went unread by the twentieth-century educated elite, who were taught to ignore it as didactic. However, American literature has a tradition of didacticism going back to its Puritan roots, shifting over time from sermons and poetic transcripts into novels, which proved to be perfect vehicles for conveying social values. In the nineteenth century, critics reviled Poe for neglecting to conclude his stories with pithy moral tags, while Longfellow was canonized for his didactic verse. Although rhetorical changes favoring the anti-didactic can be detected as nineteenth-century American transformed itself into a secular society, it was twentieth-century criticism, which placed aesthetic value above everything else, that had no place in its doctrine for the didacticism of others.

1.Which of the following best describes the function of the highlighted sentence?
A. It explains why the fiction mentioned in the first sentence was not popular in the twentieth century.
B. It assists in drawing a contrast between nineteenth-century and twentieth-century critics.
C. It provides an example of how twentieth – century readers were taught to ignore certain literature.
D. It questions the usefulness of a particular distinction between Poe and Longfellow made by critics.

E. It explains why Poe’s stories were more popular than Longfellow’s verse during the nineteenth century.

2.In the context in which it appears, “conveying” most nearly means
A. carrying
B. transferring
C. granting
D. imparting
E. projecting

GRE机经回忆之阅读-正文-Passage 70

The main exception to primate researchers’ general pattern has been the study of male care among monogamous primates. It has been known for over 200 years, ever since a zoologist-illustrator named George Edwards decided to watch the behavior of pet marmosets in a London garden, that among certain species of New World monkeys males contributed direct care for infants that equaled or exceeded that given by females. Mothers among marmosets and tamarins typically give birth to twins, as often as twice a year, and to court the female in her staggering reproductive burden the male carries the infant at all times except when the mother is actually suckling it. It was assumed by Kleiman that monogamy and male confidence of paternity were essential to the evolution of such care, and at the same time, it was assumed by Symons and others that monogamy among primates must be fairly rare.

Recent findings, however, make it necessary to reverse this picture. First of all, monogamy among primates turns out to be rather more frequent than previously believed (either obligate or facultive monogamy can be documented for some 17-20 percent of extant primates) and second, male care turns out to be far more extensive than previously thought and not necessarily confined to monogamous species, according to Hrdy. Whereas previously, it was assumed that monogamy and male certainty of paternity facilitated the evolution of male care, it now seems appropriate to consider the alternative possibility that the extraordinary capacity of male primates to look out for the fates of infants did in some way pre-adapt members of this order for the sort of close, long-term relationships between males and females that, under some ecological circumstances, leads to monogamy. Either scenario could be true. The point is that on the basis of present knowledge there is no reason to view male care as a restricted or specialized phenomenon. In sum, though it remains true that mothers among virtually all primates devote more time and/ or energy to rearing infants than do males, males nonetheless play a more varied and critical role in infant survival than is generally realized.

1.The author the passage mentions the work of Hrdy primarily to
A. present an instance of untenable assumption
B. illustrate a consensus by citing a representative claim
C. provide evidence that challenges a belief
D. highlight a corollary og a widespread view
E. offer data that help resolve a debate

2.According to the passage, the evolutionary relationship between male care and monogamy is

A. incontestable
B. immutable
C. uncommon
D. immaterial
E. uncertain

3.The author of the passage suggests that it is “appropriate to consider the alternative possibility” because the previous view

B. depends on problematic data
C. appears less definite given certain facts
D. conflates two distinct phenomena
E. overlooks a causal relationship between correlated phenomena

4.Which of the following statement, if true, would provide the greatest support to “the alternative possibility”?

A. The number of primate species in which male care of infants is exhibited is greater than the number of primate species that practice monogamy.
B. Male care of infants among primates can be seen earlier in the evolutionary record than can monogamy among primates.
C. Monogamous relationships among primates can be found in species living in a variety of physical environments.
D. Most primate species that practice monogamy do not show any evidence of male care of infants.
E. Male care of infants can be observed in some primate species that lack male confidence of paternity.

GRE机经回忆之阅读-正文-Passage 79

Elizabeth Bishop’s Complete Poems(1927-1979) has come to seem to most of its readers so achieved and sufficient as a life’s work that it is hard not to lose sight of how slowly Bishop wrote poems and of how few poems, finally, she completed. But Bishop herself never ceased to find her productivity inadequate. The size and pace of her output were always in her eyes a failing (vaguely moral in complexion) for which she apologized throughout her career, although, as I will argue in this essay, Bishop’s inability to write more poems than she did was also a refusal to do so. The small, manageable size of Bishop’s body of work has facilitated its extraordinary critical reception since her death. (Robert Lowell, whose oeuvre is so much larger, has never had a complete edition of his poetry published.) Yet the size of her work is also a sign of Bishop’s alienation, that is, her uneasy, resistant relation to the literary culture that today claims her as the major poet of her generation.
Consider each of the choices separately and select all that apply.

1.The passage indicates that the small size of Bishop’s body of work contributed to bringing about which of the following?
A. bishop’s alienation from the literary culture of her generation
B. the favorable scholarly attention that Bishop’s work has received since her death
C. an interest among readers regarding why Bishop wrote so slowly

2.In the context in which it appears, “complexion” most nearly means

A. appearance
B. constitution
C. hue
D. intricacy
E. personality

GRE机经回忆之阅读-正文-Passage 66
In recent decades, scholars of American literature have skillfully revealed authors’ simultaneous accommodation and resistance to an increasingly commercialized, capitalized environment during the early nineteenth century. Historians of the period have not, however, fully exploited literary criticism, due to the disciplinary boundaries that mark contemporary academic research. Few historians have extensive training in critical theory and its specialized languages, and the sheer volume of work in early American history and literature challenges anyone who would master either field, much less both. Moreover, historians study people across the nation, but much literary scholarship called “American” actually examines works produced in northeastern states. And historians usually study the operations of capitalism in its details, while literary critics produce a generalized picture of literary commodification.

1.As discussed in the passage, the literary scholars and the historians differ in which of the following ways?
A. the amount of scholarship that they produce
B. the nature of their geographic focus
C. the extent to which they are critical of early capitalism
D. the extent to which they are interested in interdisciplinary study
E. The extent to which they restrict their focus to a particular time period

2.The passage cites which of the following as a reason for historians’ failure to fully exploit literary criticism?
A. historians’ overly thematic approach to literature
B. historians’ conservative notion of what constitutes literature
C. historian’s lack of interest in critical theory
D. the distinctive nature of much literary criticism
E. the ahistorical quality of much literary criticism

GRE机经回忆之写作部分

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