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View first unread post 2 packs of 52 cards are shuffled together  

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suslik

View first unread post 2 players each throw one fair die. In order to win, player A  

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Paul

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ninomoi

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View first unread post 2 PS Questions, bugging me  

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broker

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MontrealGirl

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12 Jun 2009, 18:01

nookway

View first unread post 2 slips drawn  

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joyseychow

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joyseychow

View first unread post Attachment(s) 2 triangles  

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joyseychow

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View first unread post 2^(22) + 2^(23) + 2^(24) + ... + 2^(43) + 2^(44) =  

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VeritasPrepKarishma

View first unread post 2^(4-1)^2)/2 =? How one interpret first term 2^x or  

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yogeshsheth

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30 Oct 2006, 15:11

Matrix02

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View first unread post Attachment(s) 2^(4-1)^2/2^(3-2)  

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Pollux

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PareshGmat

View first unread post 2^10= 1024. Which is the largest of the following numbers?  

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kevincan

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12 Jul 2006, 19:41

ps_dahiya

View first unread post 2^199 + 2^199 = 2^X  

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mciatto

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29 Aug 2003, 07:47

mciatto

View first unread post 2^2-1) (2^2+1) (2^4+4) (2^8+1)= (a)2^16-1 (b)2^16+1  

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Janice

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15 Jan 2005, 14:05

Janice

View first unread post 2^2-1)(2^2+1)(2^4+1)(2^8+1)= 2^16-1 2^16+1 2^32-1  

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young_gun

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525

10 Oct 2007, 19:59

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View first unread post 2^2)-1))((2^2)+1))((2^4)+1))((2^8)+1))= A) (2^16)-1 B)  

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26 Nov 2006, 05:34

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View first unread post 2^5+2^5+3^5+3^5+3^5=? 5^6 13^5 2^6+3^6 2^7+3^8  

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brutus

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527

30 Jan 2006, 08:13

Bhai

View first unread post 2^64)^(2^64) = 2^P What does P equal to? This looks  

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cattalk

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18 Feb 2006, 06:58

petefroml

View first unread post 2^p*4^2q=? 1. p-2q=0 2.p-q=0  

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araspai

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05 Oct 2003, 23:01

stolyar

View first unread post 2^x - 2^(x-2) = 3(12^13) a) 9 b) 11 c) 13 d) 15 e) 17  

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tarek99

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08 Nov 2008, 01:57

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View first unread post 2^X - 2^(X-2) = 3(2^13) , what is the value of X  

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View first unread post 2^x - 2^x-2 = 3 (2^13), what is the value of x? a) 9 b)  

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02 Sep 2005, 03:11

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View first unread post 2^x – 2^(x-2) = 3(2^13), what is x?  

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View first unread post 2^x)-((2^(x-2))=3*(2^13), what is the value of x? A) 9  

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10 Feb 2007, 08:27

amorpheus

View first unread post 2^x)(3^y)=288 where x and y are positive integars, then  

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brutus

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08 Feb 2006, 22:59

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View first unread post 2^X)*(3^Y)*(5^Z) is the greatest positive divisor of (8!)^4.  

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prasannar

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26 May 2008, 05:15

ritula

View first unread post 2^x+2^x+2^x+2^x = 2^n  

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ulm

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144144

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View first unread post 2,600 has how many positive divisors?  

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shrive555

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View first unread post 2! + 4! + 6! + 8! + 10! + ............ 100! when divided by  

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code19

View first unread post 2's and 24's  

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sdrandom1

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29 Jun 2009, 11:39

mdfrahim

View first unread post 2) Two lines K, L meet at point ( 1,1 ). Is K's interception  

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Praetorian

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01 Nov 2003, 14:12

sudzpwc

View first unread post 2). In a class comprising boys and girls, there were 45 hand  

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wizardofwashington

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16 May 2008, 08:03

wizardofwashington

View first unread post 2+2+2^2+2^3+2^4+2^5+2^6+2^7+2^8=  

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foolbox

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01 May 2006, 02:46

al1234

View first unread post 2+2sqrt6)/2= A)SQRT6 B)2SQRT6 C)1+SQRT6 D)1+2SQRT6  

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Yurik79

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05 Feb 2006, 22:59

Yurik79

View first unread post 2|Z|+|Z???1|???|Z+2|=Z  

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stolyar

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17 Apr 2006, 22:44

Zooroopa

View first unread post 20 cards are numbered 1-20 and drawn randomly from a hat and  

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crankharder

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11 Feb 2007, 07:01

pau.sabria

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View first unread post 20 marbles were pulled out of a bag of only white marbles, p  

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fozzzy

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avohden

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View first unread post 20 students took the test. The arithmetic mean of the scores  

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guerrero25

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04 Aug 2013, 03:24

fameatop

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View first unread post Attachment(s) 20 throws of a die produces following results  

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01 Oct 2014, 02:22

bumpbot

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View first unread post 20/2^5=1/2^m+1/2^n,where m and n are integers, mn=  

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pmenon

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16 Aug 2008, 18:46

ssandeepan

View first unread post 20/2^5=1/2^m+1/2^n,where m and n are integers, mn=  

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az780

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10 Mar 2008, 05:52

maratikus

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View first unread post 20% of employees are women with fair hair. 40% of  

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banksy

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03 May 2012, 18:13

akrish1982

View first unread post 20% of incoming freshman at a certain university have taken  

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pm334

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1008

10 Oct 2011, 21:42

blink005

View first unread post 200 person have pager, cell phone or both. 80% have cell  

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Praetorian

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Seftali

View first unread post 201. Chris mixed 3 pounds of raisins with 4 pounds of nuts.  

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banksy

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18 Feb 2011, 10:57

miguelmick

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View first unread post 204. How many integer points lie between points A and В on t  

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banksy

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18 Feb 2011, 10:07

Bunuel

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View first unread post Attachment(s) 210 college students were asked in a survey if they  

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arps

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30 Aug 2014, 10:35

bumpbot

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View first unread post 210 college students were asked in a survey if they  

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piyushksharma

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12 May 2012, 02:22

Bunuel

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View first unread post Attachment(s) 210 college students were asked in a survey if they preferre  

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maheshsrini

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05 Mar 2014, 23:38

Bunuel

View first unread post 22. (SC) If for any none-zero integer N, then, N* – (N – l  

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banksy

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15 Mar 2011, 21:02

subhashghosh

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View first unread post 22) If a carton containing a dozen mirrors is dropped, which  

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GMAT TIGER

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GMAT TIGER

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View first unread post 225, or 15^2, is the first perfect square that begins with  

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Vijayeta

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29 Jul 2014, 23:02

PareshGmat

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