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GMAT Question of the Day (Jan 29): Word Problem and Critical Reasoning

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Math (PS) Two sacks together contained 43.25 kg of sugar. If after 4.75 kg of sugar was taken from the first sack and poured into the second, the weight of the sugar in the first sack became 73% the weight of the sugar in the second...

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GMAT Number Properties

By - Jan 28, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

The single most-tested topic on the GMAT Quantitative Section is something called "Number Properties."  In a way, this statement, while absolutely true, is a bit deceptive.  It's like saying the biggest category at a particular zoo is mammals: even if that is completely true, that...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Jan 28): Statistics and Critical Reasoning

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Math (DS) Is the range of a non-empty set S bigger than its mean? 1. All members of S are negative 2. The median of set S is negative Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - D - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Over...

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Auxiliary (Helping) Verbs and Number on the GMAT

By - Jan 25, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

First of all, try this GMAT Sentence Correction practice problem.   1) Knocked from the asteroid belt, an asteroid that comes close to Earth may be captured by Earth's gravitational field, ultimately spiraling inward and, fully consumed during its fiery descent through the atmosphere while being a "falling...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Jan 25): Work Problem and Sentence Correction

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Math (PS) It takes Jack 2 more hours than Tom to type 20 pages. Working together, Jack and Tom can type 25 pages in 3 hours. How long will it take Jack to type 40 pages? (A) 5 hours (B) 6 hours (C) 8 hours (D) 10 hours (E) 12 hours Question...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Jan 24): Probability and Sentence Correction

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Math (PS) Two sets are defined as follows: If a number is taken from set at random and another number is taken from set at random, what is the probability that the sum of these numbers is a prime integer? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Question...

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GMAT Probability and Counting Techniques

By - Jan 23, 09:00 AM   Comments [2]

This is the third in a series of probability articles for the GMAT Quantitative Section.  In the first, I discussed the "AND" and "OR" rules for probability.  In the second, I discussed the "complement rule" and how to use this to solve "at least" problems in probability. ...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Jan 23): Work Problem and Critical Reasoning

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Math (PS) A contractor estimated that his 10-men crew could complete the construction in 110 days if there was no rain. (Assume the crew does not work on any rainy day and rain is the only factor that can deter the crew from working). However, after...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Jan 22): Coordinate Geometry and Sentence Correction

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Math (PS) If equation encloses a certain region on the graph, what is the area of that region? (A) 5 (B) 10 (C) 25 (D) 50 (E) 100 Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - D - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Kaplan offers a “Test Day...

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GMAT Grammar: A Quirky Idiom for Comparisons

By - Jan 21, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

This is an idiom that demonstrates some of the quirkiest aspects of the English language, aspects that often frustrate non-native speakers in the process of learning English.   This idiom concerns the situation of talking about how two thing changes with respect to one another.  Because...

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