I already have one Masters Degree, and found another very interesting 1-year Masters Degree which I might apply for. However, I definitely want to do an MBA in a few years and have already made preferred school selections (e.g. IESE, ESADE, HEC Paris) based on my 690 GMAT and some other things.

However, this would mean that the MBA would become my third Masters Degree. Like I wouldn't be able let go of being student or something. Would that have any negative repercussions on my application?

...

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I already have one Masters Degree, and found another very interesting 1-year Masters Degree which I might apply for. However, I definitely want to do an MBA in a few years and have already made preferred school selections (e.g. IESE, ESADE, HEC Paris) based on my 690 GMAT and some other things.

However, this would mean that the MBA would become my third Masters Degree. Like I wouldn't be able let go of being student or something. Would that have any negative repercussions on my application?

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Argument:

“The falling revenues that the company is experiencing coincide with delays in manufacturing. These delays,

in turn, are due in large part to poor planning in purchasing metals. Consider further that the manager of the

department that handles purchasing of raw materials has an excellent background in general business,

psychology, and sociology, but knows little about the properties of metals. The company should, therefore, move

the

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Argument:

“The falling revenues that the company is experiencing coincide with delays in manufacturing. These delays,

in turn, are due in large part to poor planning in purchasing metals. Consider further that the manager of the

department that handles purchasing of raw materials has an excellent background in general business,

psychology, and sociology, but knows little about the properties of metals. The company should, therefore, move

the

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Anyway, good luck all.

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Anyway, good luck all.]]>

(B) present like the weather was, and it was also discussed as much

cannot use "like" with a clause (the weather was). Unclear meaning of the discussion. "It" doesn't have a clear referent.

(C) as present and was discussed as the weather was

Incorrect comparison - looking for

...

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(B) present like the weather was, and it was also discussed as much

cannot use "like" with a clause (the weather was). Unclear meaning of the discussion. "It" doesn't have a clear referent.

(C) as present and was discussed as the weather was

Incorrect comparison - looking for

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MBOUTDAT wrote:

AnthonyMason wrote:

I haven't gone through the process yet so my information is second hand.

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

I paid for mine on 12/30 and got an email on 1/21 saying it wasdone.

That is a really quick turnaround time. I am almost at four weeks since I submitted...

I assume "completed" means everything checked out and you are good to go.

...

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MBOUTDAT wrote:

AnthonyMason wrote:

I haven't gone through the process yet so my information is second hand.

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

I paid for mine on 12/30 and got an email on 1/21 saying it wasdone.

That is a really quick turnaround time. I am almost at four weeks since I submitted...

I assume "completed" means everything checked out and you are good to go.

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Hang in there guys, Goodluck!!

nailgmat2015 wrote:

ganith wrote:

Has KF done sending interview invites for R3 ? Any updates will be helpful

I am also wondering about that.

I received application completion email on 5th Feb and since then haven't heard from UNC-KF.

PS: Indian applicant here. Submitted on 20th Jan.

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Hang in there guys, Goodluck!!

nailgmat2015 wrote:

ganith wrote:

Has KF done sending interview invites for R3 ? Any updates will be helpful

I am also wondering about that.

I received application completion email on 5th Feb and since then haven't heard from UNC-KF.

PS: Indian applicant here. Submitted on 20th Jan.

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Is it safe to assume, this is the end of road as far as tepper goes - if no interview invite has arrived?

(Round 2 that is)

Round 1 admitted candidates need to make their first deposit by Feb 15. We might see a few more invites based on how that goes.

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Is it safe to assume, this is the end of road as far as tepper goes - if no interview invite has arrived?

(Round 2 that is)

Round 1 admitted candidates need to make their first deposit by Feb 15. We might see a few more invites based on how that goes.]]>

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What is the value of n + p?

1: m = 4 - q

2: mn + pq + mp + nq = 6

The question asks n+p=?

Per statement 1, m=4-q. Clearly not sufficient.

Per statement 2, mn + pq + mp + nq = 6 , clearly not sufficient.

Combining, you get from mn + pq + mp + nq = 6 ---> m(n+p)+q(n+p) = 6 and from m=4-q we get, 4(n+p)-q(n+p)+q(n+p) = 6 ---> 4(n+p)=6 ---> sufficient.

C is thus the correct answer.

Hope this helps.

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What is the value of n + p?

1: m = 4 - q

2: mn + pq + mp + nq = 6

The question asks n+p=?

Per statement 1, m=4-q. Clearly not sufficient.

Per statement 2, mn + pq + mp + nq = 6 , clearly not sufficient.

Combining, you get from mn + pq + mp + nq = 6 ---> m(n+p)+q(n+p) = 6 and from m=4-q we get, 4(n+p)-q(n+p)+q(n+p) = 6 ---> 4(n+p)=6 ---> sufficient.

C is thus the correct answer.

Hope this helps.]]>

trizzy3 wrote:

I received the happy call! I was surprised because I did not go through an interview but regardless I'm very excited!

Fight on!

Fight on!

Is it common to be accepted without aninterview?

I'm not sure... I submitted my application first week of January and received the admissions call yesterday. Marshalls commitment deadline is right before UCLA FEMBA's decision date, so I have a lot of thinking to do.

...

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trizzy3 wrote:

I received the happy call! I was surprised because I did not go through an interview but regardless I'm very excited!

Fight on!

Fight on!

Is it common to be accepted without aninterview?

I'm not sure... I submitted my application first week of January and received the admissions call yesterday. Marshalls commitment deadline is right before UCLA FEMBA's decision date, so I have a lot of thinking to do.

...]]>

Congrats. When is the interview?

Thanks buddy. It's on 21st.

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Congrats. When is the interview?

Thanks buddy. It's on 21st.]]>

FROM Kenan Flagler Executive MBA Blog: Cut down the nets at Reunion Weekend 2016

Photo: Jeffrey Camarati/UNC Athletics

Have you ever wished you could sink a free throw on the floor of the Smith Center? Do you want to be part of a team that cuts down the nets?

If you’re a member of a reuniting class, you’ll have an opportunity to do both as part ofUNC Kenan-Flagler Reunion Weekend April 29 through May 1.

Our 2016

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FROM Kenan Flagler Executive MBA Blog: Cut down the nets at Reunion Weekend 2016

Photo: Jeffrey Camarati/UNC Athletics

Have you ever wished you could sink a free throw on the floor of the Smith Center? Do you want to be part of a team that cuts down the nets?

If you’re a member of a reuniting class, you’ll have an opportunity to do both as part ofUNC Kenan-Flagler Reunion Weekend April 29 through May 1.

Our 2016

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FROM Carroll (Boston College) Admissions Blog: Personalized professional development: What it means for your MBA

When it comes to preparing business students for career advancement, the Boston College Carroll School of Management offers a distinct advantage: personalized professional development. It's the approach we take to ensurethat full-time andpart-time MBA students develop effective career strategies and, ultimately, secure exceptional employment opportunities. Here,

ForumBlogs - GMAT Club’s latest feature blends timely Blog entries with forum discussions. Now GMAT Club Forums incorporate all relevant information from Student, Admissions blogs, Twitter, and other sources in one place. You no longer have to check and follow dozens of blogs, just subscribe to the relevant topics and forums on GMAT club or follow the posters and you will get email notifications when something new is posted.

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FROM Carroll (Boston College) Admissions Blog: Personalized professional development: What it means for your MBA

When it comes to preparing business students for career advancement, the Boston College Carroll School of Management offers a distinct advantage: personalized professional development. It's the approach we take to ensurethat full-time andpart-time MBA students develop effective career strategies and, ultimately, secure exceptional employment opportunities. Here,

ForumBlogs - GMAT Club’s latest feature blends timely Blog entries with forum discussions. Now GMAT Club Forums incorporate all relevant information from Student, Admissions blogs, Twitter, and other sources in one place. You no longer have to check and follow dozens of blogs, just subscribe to the relevant topics and forums on GMAT club or follow the posters and you will get email notifications when something new is posted.

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Guys,

I have submitted my application yesterday and got the Video Essay email few minutes afterward. Any pieces of advice regarding the Video essay will be highly appreciated.

My profile:

8 Yrs. Accounting experience.

CFA L2 Candidate

Egyptian (Canada Permanent Resident)

Just be yourself because the question they ask is just behavioural and day to day life question.

Praveen

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Guys,

I have submitted my application yesterday and got the Video Essay email few minutes afterward. Any pieces of advice regarding the Video essay will be highly appreciated.

My profile:

8 Yrs. Accounting experience.

CFA L2 Candidate

Egyptian (Canada Permanent Resident)

Just be yourself because the question they ask is just behavioural and day to day life question.

Praveen]]>

FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: Solving the housing headache for international students

By Johnathan Thomas

For international students coming to the U.S., it can feel that housing options are limited. International grad students often come to the conclusion that campus housing is the only housing option available, especially when non-campus housing options have a reputation for being expensive, inconvenient or unreliable.

That’s where Rolando Manzo, a second-year Kellogg

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...

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FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: Solving the housing headache for international students

By Johnathan Thomas

For international students coming to the U.S., it can feel that housing options are limited. International grad students often come to the conclusion that campus housing is the only housing option available, especially when non-campus housing options have a reputation for being expensive, inconvenient or unreliable.

That’s where Rolando Manzo, a second-year Kellogg

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Just wanted to understand what does score 38 40 percent in quant means? How difficult is it for me to reach 48? I dont understand where do i fall with this kind of score. Though do understand it is bad.

kindly guide.

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Just wanted to understand what does score 38 40 percent in quant means? How difficult is it for me to reach 48? I dont understand where do i fall with this kind of score. Though do understand it is bad.

kindly guide.]]>

Just wanted to understand what does score 38 40 percent in quant means? How difficult is it for me to reach 48?

kindly guide.

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Just wanted to understand what does score 38 40 percent in quant means? How difficult is it for me to reach 48?

kindly guide.]]>

mbahopeful89 wrote:

Congrats! Wow its crazy to see some acceptances already.

It's really only about a month until everything is over! We will be laughing at all this in June while we having some beers at OP!

Cheers to that

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mbahopeful89 wrote:

Congrats! Wow its crazy to see some acceptances already.

It's really only about a month until everything is over! We will be laughing at all this in June while we having some beers at OP!

Cheers to that]]>

My interview has been scheduled with Serena Hoff. Could anybody share their experience with Ms. Hoff? It would be really helpful!!!!

Serena is a great person! My time at the Illinois MBA, enriched because of her. She expects the best in people, in fact she is a great cheerleader. Remember your aunt, you know, the one who is always telling people that you are smart, that you will do well in school, that you are the best? That is Serena for you. Prepare for the interview, but know that she is on

...

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My interview has been scheduled with Serena Hoff. Could anybody share their experience with Ms. Hoff? It would be really helpful!!!!

Serena is a great person! My time at the Illinois MBA, enriched because of her. She expects the best in people, in fact she is a great cheerleader. Remember your aunt, you know, the one who is always telling people that you are smart, that you will do well in school, that you are the best? That is Serena for you. Prepare for the interview, but know that she is on

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(I am looking for advise on how to proceed - retake yes/no, if yes: when and what should I focus on. I will pose the questions at the end, so please skip directly there if you find debrief of my test experience too long toread)

Background:

After very intense studying, I had my big day yesterday and took my first GMAT. First of all, a big thank you to GmatClub and all its members - it has been extremely useful during past few weeks, and helped me cracking the 700 barrier.Now - here

...

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(I am looking for advise on how to proceed - retake yes/no, if yes: when and what should I focus on. I will pose the questions at the end, so please skip directly there if you find debrief of my test experience too long toread)

Background:

After very intense studying, I had my big day yesterday and took my first GMAT. First of all, a big thank you to GmatClub and all its members - it has been extremely useful during past few weeks, and helped me cracking the 700 barrier.Now - here

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So I take it if you haven't received an invite up till now then chances are high you're dinged? Because I haven't seen a single ding come out yet...

It's been all interview invites so far, but not all interview invites have been sent.

So not hearing by now is not a good sign, but there is still a chance until you're dinged. How much that says about your chances I don't know (does Yale invite the strongest candidates first? is there a different system?).

...

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So I take it if you haven't received an invite up till now then chances are high you're dinged? Because I haven't seen a single ding come out yet...

It's been all interview invites so far, but not all interview invites have been sent.

So not hearing by now is not a good sign, but there is still a chance until you're dinged. How much that says about your chances I don't know (does Yale invite the strongest candidates first? is there a different system?).

...]]>

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we need to realize the grammatical roles of each phrase immediately when we read each phrase. grammatical roles of each phrase is the function of each phrase. this means you have to know this phrase modify which phrase in the sentence.

I mean immediately.

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we need to realize the grammatical roles of each phrase immediately when we read each phrase. grammatical roles of each phrase is the function of each phrase. this means you have to know this phrase modify which phrase in the sentence.

I mean immediately.]]>

In triangle ABC, if angle ABC is 30 degrees, \(AC = 2*\sqrt 2\) and AB = BC = X, what is the value of X?

(A) \(\sqrt 3 – 1\)

(B) \(\sqrt 3 + 2\)

(C) \(\frac{(\sqrt 3 – 1)}{2}\)

(D) \(\frac{(\sqrt 3 + 1)}{2}\)

(E) \(2*(\sqrt 3 + 1)\)

Hi,

Just saw some discussion on this Q, I too will put in my bit to it..

Most of the Qs can be answered by elimination and standard methods...

1) POE

So A straight forward way to eliminate all wrong choices will be...

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In triangle ABC, if angle ABC is 30 degrees, \(AC = 2*\sqrt 2\) and AB = BC = X, what is the value of X?

(A) \(\sqrt 3 – 1\)

(B) \(\sqrt 3 + 2\)

(C) \(\frac{(\sqrt 3 – 1)}{2}\)

(D) \(\frac{(\sqrt 3 + 1)}{2}\)

(E) \(2*(\sqrt 3 + 1)\)

Hi,

Just saw some discussion on this Q, I too will put in my bit to it..

Most of the Qs can be answered by elimination and standard methods...

1) POE

So A straight forward way to eliminate all wrong choices will be...]]>

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carcass wrote:

Not a standard gmat question in my humble opinion; it tastes a quite rare rule: (x + y) (x - y) an addition and a subtrction of two mirrored numbers are always a multiple of 11 and 9. So only E fits the bill.

Symbol question could be quite convoluted but never seen a question that tastes a so obscure number property like this one.

My opinion. Anyhow: kudo for the question

Symbol question could be quite convoluted but never seen a question that tastes a so obscure number property like this one.

My opinion. Anyhow: kudo for the question

It doesn't expect you to know this property. It expects you to arrive at it - and that is done very simply

...

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carcass wrote:

Not a standard gmat question in my humble opinion; it tastes a quite rare rule: (x + y) (x - y) an addition and a subtrction of two mirrored numbers are always a multiple of 11 and 9. So only E fits the bill.

Symbol question could be quite convoluted but never seen a question that tastes a so obscure number property like this one.

My opinion. Anyhow: kudo for the question

Symbol question could be quite convoluted but never seen a question that tastes a so obscure number property like this one.

My opinion. Anyhow: kudo for the question

It doesn't expect you to know this property. It expects you to arrive at it - and that is done very simply

...]]>

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grammatically, like is used before a noun and as before a clause. this point is very simple to know

semantically , like is used for a meaning and as for a different meaning. this point is hard to know

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grammatically, like is used before a noun and as before a clause. this point is very simple to know

semantically , like is used for a meaning and as for a different meaning. this point is hard to know]]>

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So to sum up - i generally avoid these extreme words like - impossible , unanimous , Never , Surely , only -

Am i wrong in my approach ? Can any of the experts reply to this please .

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So to sum up - i generally avoid these extreme words like - impossible , unanimous , Never , Surely , only -

Am i wrong in my approach ? Can any of the experts reply to this please .]]>

b. Having being rejected

c. Being faced rejection

d. Had been rejected

e. Having being facing rejection

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b. Having being rejected

c. Being faced rejection

d. Had been rejected

e. Having being facing rejection]]>

I took the GMAT two months ago and I got 680 (Q47 V38). I was pretty disappointed and I decided to retake it in a few days. As a non-native english speaker, I thought the best strategy would be to improve a lot in quant in order to get a 50-51 and a little bit in Verbal (40ish). I worked pretty hard and took around 10-12 quant tests on this website recently and I get 50-51 quite often. Even when I do full length tests, I manage to get 49-51. I don't know if it is because I really improved

...

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I took the GMAT two months ago and I got 680 (Q47 V38). I was pretty disappointed and I decided to retake it in a few days. As a non-native english speaker, I thought the best strategy would be to improve a lot in quant in order to get a 50-51 and a little bit in Verbal (40ish). I worked pretty hard and took around 10-12 quant tests on this website recently and I get 50-51 quite often. Even when I do full length tests, I manage to get 49-51. I don't know if it is because I really improved

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anishashastri wrote:

Hi Guys,

I got wait listed this week. I know for a fact that it's my GMAT score (630) and there is a huge scope for improvement. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to study. I will need at least a couple of months to get to the 700 mark right. Besides, I see people with the 700 score cribbing about their scores *such humility*. The start up that I'm working for is going to have it's commercial launch soon and life is just crazy at the moment. Do you

ys of putting this acrossI got wait listed this week. I know for a fact that it's my GMAT score (630) and there is a huge scope for improvement. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to study. I will need at least a couple of months to get to the 700 mark right. Besides, I see people with the 700 score cribbing about their scores *such humility*. The start up that I'm working for is going to have it's commercial launch soon and life is just crazy at the moment. Do you

...

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anishashastri wrote:

Hi Guys,

I got wait listed this week. I know for a fact that it's my GMAT score (630) and there is a huge scope for improvement. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to study. I will need at least a couple of months to get to the 700 mark right. Besides, I see people with the 700 score cribbing about their scores *such humility*. The start up that I'm working for is going to have it's commercial launch soon and life is just crazy at the moment. Do you

ys of putting this acrossI got wait listed this week. I know for a fact that it's my GMAT score (630) and there is a huge scope for improvement. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to study. I will need at least a couple of months to get to the 700 mark right. Besides, I see people with the 700 score cribbing about their scores *such humility*. The start up that I'm working for is going to have it's commercial launch soon and life is just crazy at the moment. Do you

...]]>

I gave my GMAT today, 12Feb 2016 and scored 560- Q35, V31.

Studied for nearly 2-3months+ with multiple resources. Math has been my weak point but even scored less in verbal.

But found even basic maths tough and realised I need lot of conceptual understanding let alone just solving problems.

Feel that practice verbal on own but for math dont know how to improve since upon seeing a question I literally go blank

...

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I gave my GMAT today, 12Feb 2016 and scored 560- Q35, V31.

Studied for nearly 2-3months+ with multiple resources. Math has been my weak point but even scored less in verbal.

But found even basic maths tough and realised I need lot of conceptual understanding let alone just solving problems.

Feel that practice verbal on own but for math dont know how to improve since upon seeing a question I literally go blank

...]]>

Who can sign endorsement form for me? I am Indian no LDS applicant.

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Who can sign endorsement form for me? I am Indian no LDS applicant.]]>

How to improve your Verbal GMAT Score. This post is designed to compliment this one: how-to-improve-verbal-from-v30-to-v40-142361.html

There are 2 aspects of preparing for the GMAT test, the academic preparation and the psychological preparation. I shall discuss each of these aspectsseparately.

A. ACADEMIC PREPARATION

Stage 1. Make a MENTAL MAP of the basic rules

...

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How to improve your Verbal GMAT Score. This post is designed to compliment this one: how-to-improve-verbal-from-v30-to-v40-142361.html

There are 2 aspects of preparing for the GMAT test, the academic preparation and the psychological preparation. I shall discuss each of these aspectsseparately.

A. ACADEMIC PREPARATION

Stage 1. Make a MENTAL MAP of the basic rules

...]]>

Is x > y ?

(1) ax > ay

(2) (a^2)*x > (a^2)*y

When it comes to inequality questions, square is very important. That is, although dividing the both equations with square, a sign of inequality doesn't change as square is always a positive integer.

For

...

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Is x > y ?

(1) ax > ay

(2) (a^2)*x > (a^2)*y

When it comes to inequality questions, square is very important. That is, although dividing the both equations with square, a sign of inequality doesn't change as square is always a positive integer.

For

...]]>

Find integer W.

(1) W is a prime solution of (|W|)!=|W|

(2) W is a prime solution of W!–|W|=0

In the original condition, there is 1 variable(w), which should match with the number of equation. So you need 1 equation. For 1) 1 equation, for 2) 1

...

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Find integer W.

(1) W is a prime solution of (|W|)!=|W|

(2) W is a prime solution of W!–|W|=0

In the original condition, there is 1 variable(w), which should match with the number of equation. So you need 1 equation. For 1) 1 equation, for 2) 1

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If xyz > 0, is x > 0?

(1) xy > 0

(2) xz > 0

When you modify the original condition and the question, they become xyz>0 -> x>0? -> yz>0?. There are 3 variables(x,y,z) and 1 equation(xyz>0), which should match with the

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If xyz > 0, is x > 0?

(1) xy > 0

(2) xz > 0

When you modify the original condition and the question, they become xyz>0 -> x>0? -> yz>0?. There are 3 variables(x,y,z) and 1 equation(xyz>0), which should match with the

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