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Problem [#permalink]  16 Jun 2006, 11:05
Math is hard

Last edited by rbcola on 27 Jun 2008, 20:43, edited 2 times in total.
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Take a screenshot and attach it

I'm assuming the top row is 'x y z', not 'x y x'

we get -

4 + x = 1 => x = -3
4 + y = -5 => y = -9

e + x = 7 => e - 3 = 7 => e = 10
e + z = 10 => z = 0

4 + z = m => m = 4
e + y = n => n = 1

m + n = 5
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Thanks for the quick solution
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rbcola wrote:
+ x y x
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4 1 -5 m

e 7 n 10

f 2 -4 5

This is a GMAT prep problem " This is a addition table" What is m+n ?

ALso how do you copy problems from the software into the email?

Thanks

RB

This is my first posting

Welcome rbcola!
I have never tried copying a problem, I usually just type it up.

Back to your problem, are you sure that the red character is not Z and X?
Assuming it is X

X + 4 = 1 ---> X = -3
Y+4 = -5---> Y = -9
X + 4 = m----->m = -1

E + X = 7---> E = 10 (subst X from above)
E+Y = n ---->10 -9---> n = 1

m + n = 1-1 = 0
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Attaching screen shot of GMAT Prep question [#permalink]  16 Jun 2006, 12:53
How do you take a screen shot of the GMAT Prep problem? I rt click on the problem but nothing happens. Please help.
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Re: Attaching screen shot of GMAT Prep question [#permalink]  16 Jun 2006, 12:58
brcinsf wrote:
How do you take a screen shot of the GMAT Prep problem? I rt click on the problem but nothing happens. Please help.

When the window is in the foreground (i.e its the window that is active and you are looking at), press the (ALT+Print Scrn) simultaneously. The screen print will be copied to the clipboard. Now paste this in an application like mspaint etc. Then save the image (Save that as .jpg to reduce the size.)
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Thanks for the information.

Last edited by rbcola on 10 Jul 2008, 08:04, edited 1 time in total.
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Thanks for the tip
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