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 [#permalink] New post 26 Apr 2006, 06:35
laxieqv wrote:
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The OA, according to Kaplan is (D). I am still not convinced...


But as we know, Kaplan is sometimes very erroneous :!:


buddy, our math experts has cleared the confusion and misconception that D is not correct.
it was indeed a great discussion.


buddy, this time, the merit goes to Matt as he pointed out the confusion and put forward a thorough consideration :)
If we stay alert like Matt, keeping an eye on any trickiness of GMAT, we'll certainly ace the maths section :)


You give me way too much credit Laxie. Surely this is a VERY EASY Kaplan problem that I had to make difficult. Guess we have to question all sources these days...
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