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View first unread post 150 Hardest and easiest questions for PS  

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21 Aug 2015, 04:20

Bunuel

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View first unread post Attachment(s) GMAT PS Question Directory by Topic & Difficulty  

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View first unread post X^8 - Y^8 =  

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View first unread post x-1/x=?  

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View first unread post x, a, z, and b are single digit positive integers. x = ¼ a.  

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PareshGmat

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View first unread post x, y and z are all unique numbers. If x is chosen randomly  

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VeritasPrepKarishma

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View first unread post x, y and z are consecutive positive integers such that x < y < z  

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fluke

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IanStewart

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View first unread post x, y, a, and b are positive integers. When x is divided by  

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Bunuel

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View first unread post x, y, a, and b are positive integers. When x is divided by y  

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enigma123

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VeritasPrepKarishma

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View first unread post x, y, and z are positive integers. The average (arithmetic m  

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View first unread post X, Y, and Z are three different Prime numbers, the product  

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View first unread post x, y, and z are three positive integers whose average is 10  

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WoundedTiger

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Bunuel

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View first unread post x@y = 2x^(1/2) + y^2. How many unique sums of x and y result, if x@y  

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Bunuel

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View first unread post x*(x+1)*(x+2) + x*(x+3) = ?  

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Engr2012

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View first unread post Attachment(s) x/|x|<x. which of the following must be true about x ?  

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View first unread post x% of y is increased by x%. What is the result in terms of x and y?  

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Bunuel

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PareshGmat

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View first unread post x+y+z  

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MSDHONI

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shahideh

View first unread post Xavier starts from P towards Q at a speed of 30 kmph and after every 1  

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abdulfmk

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manpreetsingh86

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View first unread post Xavier, Yvonne, and Zelda each try independently to solve a  

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redbeanaddict

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22 Oct 2014, 08:15

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View first unread post Attachment(s) XYZ is a right angled triangle with YZ = 6cm and XY = 8cm. XZ is the h  

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megatron13

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daveglasgow

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daveglasgow

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View first unread post y=1/2-1/3+1/6  

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Amateur

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View first unread post y=sqrt(3y+4) (Need help!!!)  

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noboru

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BDSunDevil

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View first unread post y1 , y2 , y3 .... are all distinct integers and represent  

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GMAThopeful

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View first unread post Attachment(s) Yesterday each of the 35 members of a certain task force  

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mendelay

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VeritasPrepKarishma

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View first unread post Attachment(s) Yesterday each of the 35 members of a certain task force spent some ti  

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tenaman10

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Bunuel

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conty911

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mathivanan

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View first unread post You are given an unlimited number of circles each of which  

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MOKSH

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Bunuel

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View first unread post You are given two stones, and access to a 100-storey building. Both st  

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PareshGmat

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View first unread post You have 6 sticks of lengths 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60  

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View first unread post You have a bag of 9 letters: 3 Xs, 3 Ys, and 3 Zs  

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VeritasPrepKarishma

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View first unread post z is a positive integer and multiple of 2; p = 4z, what is the remaind  

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Bunuel

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View first unread post Z is a set of positive numbers. The median of Z is greater  

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bagdbmba

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Asifpirlo

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View first unread post Z is the set of the first n positive odd numbers, where n is  

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Smita04

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View first unread post z! is divisible by 340  

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anon1

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29 Oct 2012, 02:13

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