GMAT Question of the Day (Oct 5): Arithmetic and Sentence Correction

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Math (DS)

Is \frac{r}{s^2} a terminating decimal?

1. s = 225
2. r = 81

Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) - C - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer)

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Verbal (SC)

The prime lending rate is a key rate in the economy: not only are the interest rates on most loans to small and medium-sized businesses tied to the prime, but also on a growing number of consumer loans, including home equity loans.

(A) not only are the interest rates on most loans to small and medium-sized businesses tied to the prime, but also on
(B) tied to the prime are the interest rates not only on most loans to small and medium-sized businesses, but also on
(C) the interest rates not only on most loans to small and medium-sized businesses are tied to the prime, but also
(D) not only the interest rates on most loans to small and medium-sized businesses are tied to the prime, but also on
(E) the interest rates are tied to the prime, not only on most loans to small and medium-sized businesses, but also

Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - B - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer)

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