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Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
09 Mar 2010, 01:36

@walker, I have compiled all of this into Word .doc files and will convert to .pdf except the ones on which work is in progress. My question is should I share them as attachments? _________________

"Don't be afraid of the space between your dreams and reality. If you can dream it, you can make it so." Target=780 http://challengemba.blogspot.com Kudos??

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
30 Apr 2010, 13:57

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sheetalsanjana wrote:

:-D Hi there, Can anybody help with this:- how many 3 digit no. are possible using the digit 0, 1, 4, 5, 7 & 9?

If repetition is allowed, then: 5(any digit out of 6, but 0)*6(any digit out of 6)*6(any digit out of 6)=180, we can not have 0 as the first digit, as in this case number won't any longer be 3-digit and becomes 2-digit.

If repetition is not allowed, then:

5(any digit out of 6, but 0)*5(any digit out of 6-first digit=5)*4(any digit out of 6-first&second digits=4)=100. _________________

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
06 Oct 2010, 22:15

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cano wrote:

walker, bb and bunuel,

do you think using this book as a primary/solely resource for math preparation is enough? Or do I still need to read some other book?

Thanks for your advice.

We tried to focus on the most problematic areas that required the most attention and we are slowly building up other areas, addressing high value items first. _________________

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
08 Nov 2010, 19:17

I am preparing for GMAT and i have a problem in maths...i am week in math and i have to face many problems in maths such as integration,percentage and many others...please can anyone provide me GMAT math book.

Re: GMAT Math Book [#permalink]
08 Nov 2010, 21:52

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I am preparing for GMAT and i have a problem in maths...i am week in math and i have to face many problems in maths such as integration,percentage and many others...please can anyone provide me GMAT math book.

Visit first post of this thread (you can find links to the thread of every topic of this book) and give Kudos to walker,bunuel,shrouded1, and bb for their contribution towards putting this book together. _________________

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