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30 Sep 2005, 10:29

$30 * (360 * 605 / 3560) or ~$1830

what am i missing?
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30 Sep 2005, 10:59
duttsit wrote:

$30 * (360 * 605 / 3560) or ~$1830

what am i missing?

I got the same answer.... and I spend 7 minutes on this bloody problem....figuring out what is wrong with my work
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30 Sep 2005, 17:27
duttsit wrote:

$30 * (360 * 605 / 3560) or ~$1830

what am i missing?

Same here.... looks like another conversion issue... 1 acre <> 3560 sq. feet... Just googled the info.. 1 acre is 43560 sq. feet.

EDITED: Using 43560 the answer is \$150
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01 Oct 2005, 06:41
Thanks Vikram, I thought something was fundamentally wrong with this problem.
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01 Oct 2005, 12:04
I got this question from Real GMAT #16 that I got from this forum. did anyone else try that set?

I hope we don't get these type of fundamentally wrong questions on the big day
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