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# Do you ignore complex roots of a cube in DS problems

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01 Sep 2013, 07:29
I was doing the manhattan CAT and I got a problem wrong because I considered the complex roots of a cube. Do we ignore them for GMAT.
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01 Sep 2013, 10:15
missil3 wrote:
I was doing the manhattan CAT and I got a problem wrong because I considered the complex roots of a cube. Do we ignore them for GMAT.

GMAT deals with only Real Numbers: Integers, Fractions and Irrational Numbers.
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30 Oct 2013, 12:09
missil3 wrote:
I was doing the manhattan CAT and I got a problem wrong because I considered the complex roots of a cube. Do we ignore them for GMAT.

Gmat strictly deals with real numbers only ....numbers which can be drawn on a number line ...
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