By Miranda Menestrina
- **Sep 23**, 02:00 AM

Math (DS)
Are integers , , and consecutive?
1. equals the arithmetic mean of and
2.
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Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - E - (click and drag your mouse...

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By Economist
- **Sep 22**, 05:58 AM

Every once in a while, students ask me how to tackle Boldface questions in the Critical Reasoning section. They ask, should I read all the statements? It takes a lot of time and I forget the first sentence when I reach the last.

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By Miranda Menestrina
- **Sep 22**, 02:00 AM

Math (PS)
A car dealership sold two cars: the first car at a 10% profit and the second car at a 10% loss, which gave them an overall profit margin of 5% from these two sales. If the dealership's total profit was $1000, what was the...

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- **Sep 19**, 07:44 AM

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- **Sep 18**, 15:54 PM

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By Miranda Menestrina
- **Sep 18**, 02:00 AM

Math (PS)
A computer generated a sequence of numbers using the following formula:
is the common difference between any two consecutive terms of the sequence
If the sum of the second and the fifth terms of the sequence is 8 and the sum of the...

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By Economist
- **Sep 17**, 07:46 AM

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By Miranda Menestrina
- **Sep 17**, 02:00 AM

Math (PS)
Lionel left his house and walked towards Walt's house, 48 miles away. Two hours later, Walt left his house and ran towards Lionel's house. If Lionel's speed was 4 miles per hour and Walt's 6 miles per hour, how many miles had Lionel walked...

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