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sambam wrote:

If s is an integer and we know that the average speed is 2.8, s must be = 2. That means "s+1" = 3. This implies that the ratio of time for s=2 is 1/4 of the total time. The formula for distance/rate is D=Rt...so the distance travelled when s=2 is 2t. The distance travelled for s+1=3 is 3*4t or 12t. Therefore, total distance covered while the sun was shining over him is 2/14 = 1/7. Answer: E

This implies that the ratio of time for s=2 is 1/4 of the total time I didn't

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sambam wrote:

If s is an integer and we know that the average speed is 2.8, s must be = 2. That means "s+1" = 3. This implies that the ratio of time for s=2 is 1/4 of the total time. The formula for distance/rate is D=Rt...so the distance travelled when s=2 is 2t. The distance travelled for s+1=3 is 3*4t or 12t. Therefore, total distance covered while the sun was shining over him is 2/14 = 1/7. Answer: E

This implies that the ratio of time for s=2 is 1/4 of the total time I didn't

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All the options seems elusive or irrelevant to me.

Im confused.Nowhere,it is written that "last" election was termed as important.

Please help.

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All the options seems elusive or irrelevant to me.

Im confused.Nowhere,it is written that "last" election was termed as important.

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Negate theargument

Option C

We should never jeopardize the interests of our people to punish a protectionist country

negation: We should sometimes jeopardize the interests of our people to punish a protectionist country

This does not tear down theargument

Option E

We should balance the justice of an action with the consequences for our interests of undertaking that action.

Negation:

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Negate theargument

Option C

We should never jeopardize the interests of our people to punish a protectionist country

negation: We should sometimes jeopardize the interests of our people to punish a protectionist country

This does not tear down theargument

Option E

We should balance the justice of an action with the consequences for our interests of undertaking that action.

Negation:

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mbaMission wrote:

In the rectangular coordinate system, are the points\((a, b)\) and\((c, d)\) equidistant from the origin?

(1)\(\frac{a}{b} =\frac{c}{d}\)

(2) \(\sqrt{a^2} + \sqrt{b^2} = \sqrt{c^2} + \sqrt{d^2}\)

(1)\(\frac{a}{b} =\frac{c}{d}\)

(2) \(\sqrt{a^2} + \sqrt{b^2} = \sqrt{c^2} + \sqrt{d^2}\)

[Reveal] Spoiler: Answer:

C

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mbaMission wrote:

In the rectangular coordinate system, are the points\((a, b)\) and\((c, d)\) equidistant from the origin?

(1)\(\frac{a}{b} =\frac{c}{d}\)

(2) \(\sqrt{a^2} + \sqrt{b^2} = \sqrt{c^2} + \sqrt{d^2}\)

(1)\(\frac{a}{b} =\frac{c}{d}\)

(2) \(\sqrt{a^2} + \sqrt{b^2} = \sqrt{c^2} + \sqrt{d^2}\)

[Reveal] Spoiler: Answer:

C

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HelloEgmatQuantExpert .

Really artful question )

We know that\(35\) has two factors\(5\) and\(7\)

First impulse is to just take answer from previous question because of presence of\(5\) but we should calculate that number, that has less occurrences

So\(5\) in\(30!\) meets\(7\) times

but\(7\) in\(30!\) meets\(4\) times.

And we can infer that\(30!\) will be divisible by\(35\) only\(4\) times.

So\(p = 4\)

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HelloEgmatQuantExpert .

Really artful question )

We know that\(35\) has two factors\(5\) and\(7\)

First impulse is to just take answer from previous question because of presence of\(5\) but we should calculate that number, that has less occurrences

So\(5\) in\(30!\) meets\(7\) times

but\(7\) in\(30!\) meets\(4\) times.

And we can infer that\(30!\) will be divisible by\(35\) only\(4\) times.

So\(p = 4\)

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What is the greatest possible area of a triangular region with one vertex at the center of a circle of radius one and the other two vertices on the circle?

A. \(\frac{\sqrt{3}}{4}\)

B. \(\frac{1}{2}\)

C. \(\frac{\pi}{4}\)

D. 1

E. \(\sqrt{2}\)

Clearly two sides of the triangle will be equal to the radius of 1.

Now, fix one of the sides horizontally and consider it to be the base of the triangle.

\( area=\frac{1}{2}*base*height=\frac{1}{2}*1*height=\frac{height}{2} \)

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What is the greatest possible area of a triangular region with one vertex at the center of a circle of radius one and the other two vertices on the circle?

A. \(\frac{\sqrt{3}}{4}\)

B. \(\frac{1}{2}\)

C. \(\frac{\pi}{4}\)

D. 1

E. \(\sqrt{2}\)

Clearly two sides of the triangle will be equal to the radius of 1.

Now, fix one of the sides horizontally and consider it to be the base of the triangle.

\( area=\frac{1}{2}*base*height=\frac{1}{2}*1*height=\frac{height}{2} \)

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First off, congratulations for those who got into Cambridge!

I'd like to share some information here that may be helpful for international students in particular. Prodigy Finance is a loan provider that specifically funds students who are travelling abroad for their MBAs, and they don't require a co-signer. Check it out, as it might be an option for you.

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I'd like to share some information here that may be helpful for international students in particular. Prodigy Finance is a loan provider that specifically funds students who are travelling abroad for their MBAs, and they don't require a co-signer. Check it out, as it might be an option for you.]]>

Its Joydeep here working in CTS ,Chennai having a total exp of 5 yrs. Would like to get 750+ in GMAT. your guidance is always solicitaed

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The 4 sticks in a complete bag of Pick-Up Sticks are all straight-line segments of negligible width, but each has a different length: 1 inch, 2 inches, 3 inches, and 4 inches, respectively. If Tommy picks a stick at random from each of 3 different complete bags of Pick-Up Sticks, what is the probability that Tommy CANNOT form a triangle from the 3 sticks?

A. 11/32

B. 13/32

C. 15/32

D. 17/32

E. 19/32

Kudos for a correct solution.

Another method would be to find the probability of making triangles.

Total

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The 4 sticks in a complete bag of Pick-Up Sticks are all straight-line segments of negligible width, but each has a different length: 1 inch, 2 inches, 3 inches, and 4 inches, respectively. If Tommy picks a stick at random from each of 3 different complete bags of Pick-Up Sticks, what is the probability that Tommy CANNOT form a triangle from the 3 sticks?

A. 11/32

B. 13/32

C. 15/32

D. 17/32

E. 19/32

Kudos for a correct solution.

Another method would be to find the probability of making triangles.

Total

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How many different prime numbers are factors of positive integer n?

(1) 4 different prime numbers are factors of 2n

(2) 4 different prime numbers are factors of n^2

very nice, I miss this one

very basic but fatal

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How many different prime numbers are factors of positive integer n?

(1) 4 different prime numbers are factors of 2n

(2) 4 different prime numbers are factors of n^2

very nice, I miss this one

very basic but fatal]]>

In evaluate the assumption type of question, we are to evaluate a yes or no option and the answer should take 2 separate paths.

The assumption of the argument is that increasing the number of doctors and nurses will reduce wait times

Take option D

1-Yes. The wait times could be reduced by means other than increasing the number of available nurses and doctors. This tears down the argument

2- No. The wait times could

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In evaluate the assumption type of question, we are to evaluate a yes or no option and the answer should take 2 separate paths.

The assumption of the argument is that increasing the number of doctors and nurses will reduce wait times

Take option D

1-Yes. The wait times could be reduced by means other than increasing the number of available nurses and doctors. This tears down the argument

2- No. The wait times could

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In evaluate the assumption type of question, we are to evaluate a yes or no option and the answer should take 2 separate paths.

The assumption of the argument is that increasing the number of doctors and nurses will reduce wait times

Take option D

1-Yes. The wait times could be reduced by means other than increasing the number of available nurses and doctors. This tears down the argument

2- No. The wait times could

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In evaluate the assumption type of question, we are to evaluate a yes or no option and the answer should take 2 separate paths.

The assumption of the argument is that increasing the number of doctors and nurses will reduce wait times

Take option D

1-Yes. The wait times could be reduced by means other than increasing the number of available nurses and doctors. This tears down the argument

2- No. The wait times could

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GMATSmudge wrote:

Hey,

I've been interviewed. I have a few questions regarding the Schulich India program.

1. Is the degree that is awarded after the India program the same as the full-time program in Canada?

2. Are you still eligible for a 3-year work permit in Canada on completion of the India program?

3. Is there a $20k scholarship available for joining the India program?

Please let me know if anyone has any information regarding these questions.

Thanks.

I've been interviewed. I have a few questions regarding the Schulich India program.

1. Is the degree that is awarded after the India program the same as the full-time program in Canada?

2. Are you still eligible for a 3-year work permit in Canada on completion of the India program?

3. Is there a $20k scholarship available for joining the India program?

Please let me know if anyone has any information regarding these questions.

Thanks.

1. Yes.

2. Only if you get a job

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GMATSmudge wrote:

Hey,

I've been interviewed. I have a few questions regarding the Schulich India program.

1. Is the degree that is awarded after the India program the same as the full-time program in Canada?

2. Are you still eligible for a 3-year work permit in Canada on completion of the India program?

3. Is there a $20k scholarship available for joining the India program?

Please let me know if anyone has any information regarding these questions.

Thanks.

I've been interviewed. I have a few questions regarding the Schulich India program.

1. Is the degree that is awarded after the India program the same as the full-time program in Canada?

2. Are you still eligible for a 3-year work permit in Canada on completion of the India program?

3. Is there a $20k scholarship available for joining the India program?

Please let me know if anyone has any information regarding these questions.

Thanks.

1. Yes.

2. Only if you get a job

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fhfuentes wrote:

Ah ok. I was not aware they release candidates off the wait list, I just thought we run the risk of staying there forever. I am doing a visit April 6 and am R2 wait list candidate.

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Wait you applied in R2 and already heard back about being WL? When did you hear that? Did you have an interview?

Heard back mid March applied R2

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fhfuentes wrote:

Ah ok. I was not aware they release candidates off the wait list, I just thought we run the risk of staying there forever. I am doing a visit April 6 and am R2 wait list candidate.

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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Wait you applied in R2 and already heard back about being WL? When did you hear that? Did you have an interview?

Heard back mid March applied R2]]>

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First of all, congrats on the GMAT. With a 720 you are, I believe, above all the averages for MiM programs in Europe (and abroad).

When it comes to schools and programs, I would suggest getting your hands on the Financial Times MiM ranking. The online version is okay but the PDF has more information. That will give you a fairly good idea of what to expect from different programs. The PDF version also has small top 10 rankings for different specializations (marketing, international

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First of all, congrats on the GMAT. With a 720 you are, I believe, above all the averages for MiM programs in Europe (and abroad).

When it comes to schools and programs, I would suggest getting your hands on the Financial Times MiM ranking. The online version is okay but the PDF has more information. That will give you a fairly good idea of what to expect from different programs. The PDF version also has small top 10 rankings for different specializations (marketing, international

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I quite like the idea of a FB group! Thanks to you strawberry if you set it up.

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I am applying for September 2016 intake of IE MBA. I am from an pure engineering background and I wish to know what to expect in the interview.

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I am applying for September 2016 intake of IE MBA. I am from an pure engineering background and I wish to know what to expect in the interview.]]>

believer700 wrote:

The question says that n is any positive number.

So when I use n=1 in the second statement then both the equations become equal and the equality fails i.e 0.1<0.1 doesn't hold.

So how come answer is D??

I know i am doing something wrong.

Would hope to have a reasoning which can clarify where i am going wrong.

TIA

So when I use n=1 in the second statement then both the equations become equal and the equality fails i.e 0.1<0.1 doesn't hold.

So how come answer is D??

I know i am doing something wrong.

Would hope to have a reasoning which can clarify where i am going wrong.

TIA

Hellobeliever700

You should use information not only from task but from statement too.

When

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believer700 wrote:

The question says that n is any positive number.

So when I use n=1 in the second statement then both the equations become equal and the equality fails i.e 0.1<0.1 doesn't hold.

So how come answer is D??

I know i am doing something wrong.

Would hope to have a reasoning which can clarify where i am going wrong.

TIA

So when I use n=1 in the second statement then both the equations become equal and the equality fails i.e 0.1<0.1 doesn't hold.

So how come answer is D??

I know i am doing something wrong.

Would hope to have a reasoning which can clarify where i am going wrong.

TIA

Hellobeliever700

You should use information not only from task but from statement too.

When

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Sorry I didn't mean I expect to be able to bomb in the quant and smash the verbal and still get a great score. Just that my final score is likely to be stronger in verbal. I haven't done a CAT yet (that's

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Sorry I didn't mean I expect to be able to bomb in the quant and smash the verbal and still get a great score. Just that my final score is likely to be stronger in verbal. I haven't done a CAT yet (that's

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by the definition above a decade starts with a nonnegative integer (0) that have identical digits in identical places, except for their units digits

so first decade contains the years - 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

second decade contains the years - 10,11 , 12,13 ,1 4, 15,17 , 18,19

we have to find next decade which has prime numbers contain the same set of units digits as the second decade

prime numbers can be expressed as (6n+1) or (6n-1)

prime numbers in the second decade

(6n-1)-type

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by the definition above a decade starts with a nonnegative integer (0) that have identical digits in identical places, except for their units digits

so first decade contains the years - 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

second decade contains the years - 10,11 , 12,13 ,1 4, 15,17 , 18,19

we have to find next decade which has prime numbers contain the same set of units digits as the second decade

prime numbers can be expressed as (6n+1) or (6n-1)

prime numbers in the second decade

(6n-1)-type

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Hi Guys,

I am an International Female applicant for Class 2018 (would be applying in R1 2016) from India. Can anyone please evaluate my profile for Darden?

All India Senior Secondary Exam (High School) - 95.0%, (Top 5% in the country)

Undergraduate: Bachelors in Commerce (Honors) - 70.3% from SRCC, university of Delhi - Best Commerce Undergraduate College in Asia

Work experience: 4 years of work experience (by Fall 2016) in BlackRock - world's largest Asset Management Firm - working as a

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Hi Guys,

I am an International Female applicant for Class 2018 (would be applying in R1 2016) from India. Can anyone please evaluate my profile for Darden?

All India Senior Secondary Exam (High School) - 95.0%, (Top 5% in the country)

Undergraduate: Bachelors in Commerce (Honors) - 70.3% from SRCC, university of Delhi - Best Commerce Undergraduate College in Asia

Work experience: 4 years of work experience (by Fall 2016) in BlackRock - world's largest Asset Management Firm - working as a

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Retaking the GMAT on 29th April -hoping for a 700+ Score

Profile:

Male, Indian, Engineer

Under Grad GPA- 3.4

Work ex- 3 yrs and 2 months at the time of Matriculation(August 2016 Planned)

Worked at a manufacturing firm for a short while post which I joined a startup in the operations and Client management team. The startup got acquired by Twitter and I was a part of the few who got absorbed into Twitter. Currently working in the Operations and Growth Strategy Team of

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Retaking the GMAT on 29th April -hoping for a 700+ Score

Profile:

Male, Indian, Engineer

Under Grad GPA- 3.4

Work ex- 3 yrs and 2 months at the time of Matriculation(August 2016 Planned)

Worked at a manufacturing firm for a short while post which I joined a startup in the operations and Client management team. The startup got acquired by Twitter and I was a part of the few who got absorbed into Twitter. Currently working in the Operations and Growth Strategy Team of

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ssmohanta wrote:

Answer should be C

It's wrongly answered as B

It's wrongly answered as B

Hi ssmohanta

The correct answer here is B.

Let's say the distance from the restaurant to Bob and Wendy's home is d.

Bob and Wendy walked together till the halfway point for d/(2*3) = d/6 hrs.

Wendy continued alone at the same speed post this, so for the entire journey she took d/3 hours.

Let's say Bob changed his speed from 3 to b. Then, for the total journey he took

d/6 + 3d/(2*b)

Here, d/6 is the time he spent walking with wendy

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ssmohanta wrote:

Answer should be C

It's wrongly answered as B

It's wrongly answered as B

Hi ssmohanta

The correct answer here is B.

Let's say the distance from the restaurant to Bob and Wendy's home is d.

Bob and Wendy walked together till the halfway point for d/(2*3) = d/6 hrs.

Wendy continued alone at the same speed post this, so for the entire journey she took d/3 hours.

Let's say Bob changed his speed from 3 to b. Then, for the total journey he took

d/6 + 3d/(2*b)

Here, d/6 is the time he spent walking with wendy

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I'm planning to apply to the MIB programme,and was wondering if you could provide some insights on the course.

I'm a female indian applicant with a Master's degree from LSE.I have 4+ years of experience in economic research in India,with the last 2 years(current) as an economist and manager in the EIU's India office.I have a background in economics,with no experience in finance and business.I want to study towards a business degree with a good social science focus,and the MIB seems

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I'm planning to apply to the MIB programme,and was wondering if you could provide some insights on the course.

I'm a female indian applicant with a Master's degree from LSE.I have 4+ years of experience in economic research in India,with the last 2 years(current) as an economist and manager in the EIU's India office.I have a background in economics,with no experience in finance and business.I want to study towards a business degree with a good social science focus,and the MIB seems

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Applicants must complete one short answer question and threeessays.

Short Answer Question :

What is your immediate post-MBA professional goal? (50 characters maximum)

Examples of possible responses:

“Work in business development for a media company.”

“Join a strategy consulting firm.”

“Launch a data-management start-up.”

Essay 1

Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense

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Applicants must complete one short answer question and threeessays.

Short Answer Question :

What is your immediate post-MBA professional goal? (50 characters maximum)

Examples of possible responses:

“Work in business development for a media company.”

“Join a strategy consulting firm.”

“Launch a data-management start-up.”

Essay 1

Through your resume and recommendations, we have a clear sense

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And, is there even going to be a R3 Admit Weekend given the low number of admits in that round!?

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And, is there even going to be a R3 Admit Weekend given the low number of admits in that round!? ]]>

My Engineering aggregate is 82% from reputed university.

I also run campaign in my residential society

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My Engineering aggregate is 82% from reputed university.

I also run campaign in my residential society

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Is it me or do they not require us to send physical copies of the CV/EC documents ? I know they required it in previous years but it seems like that's not the case anymore.

Anyway, best of luck to you all. Let the wait begin.

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Is it me or do they not require us to send physical copies of the CV/EC documents ? I know they required it in previous years but it seems like that's not the case anymore.

Anyway, best of luck to you all. Let the wait begin. ]]>

doing shows the same time frame and having done the previous time.

we can eliminate d and e fast. B and C is wrong structurally.

A is correct

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doing shows the same time frame and having done the previous time.

we can eliminate d and e fast. B and C is wrong structurally.

A is correct]]>

Consultant: But then the sizing number is not an actual measurement of the pants themselves. If a pair of pants is tagged size 29, then no dimension of the pants themselves

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Consultant: But then the sizing number is not an actual measurement of the pants themselves. If a pair of pants is tagged size 29, then no dimension of the pants themselves

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Yes i agree. Does it matter if the question asks about n-m or m-n? If about n-m then answer should be 4. If about m-n then 3. Please correct if i am wrong

HelloKonstantin1983

When we have such formulation "least possible positive difference between n and m" it means both variants\(m - n\) and\(n - m\)

And yes, you are right: if question asks exactly about\(n - m\) than answer will be\(4\)

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Yes i agree. Does it matter if the question asks about n-m or m-n? If about n-m then answer should be 4. If about m-n then 3. Please correct if i am wrong

HelloKonstantin1983

When we have such formulation "least possible positive difference between n and m" it means both variants\(m - n\) and\(n - m\)

And yes, you are right: if question asks exactly about\(n - m\) than answer will be\(4\)

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I mentioned in a prior post that with a 680/Q48, you have a great GMAT score (it's just shy of the 90th percentile overall), so you're "in range" of any School that you're interested in.

It sounds like you're more interested in how your overall profile might fare, so you'd be better served asking an Admissions Expert about it. You'll have to provide far more information than you've provided here (including the specific Schools that you're planning to apply to), but they

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I mentioned in a prior post that with a 680/Q48, you have a great GMAT score (it's just shy of the 90th percentile overall), so you're "in range" of any School that you're interested in.

It sounds like you're more interested in how your overall profile might fare, so you'd be better served asking an Admissions Expert about it. You'll have to provide far more information than you've provided here (including the specific Schools that you're planning to apply to), but they

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According to me, it is 2. Can you publish OA and also let us know the source.

1>Since 1970, teachers in public schools have suffered annual decreases in salary: Not necessary; the reason for disparity could be because salaries of those who teach in the private sector could have increased.

2>If the government were to budget at least twenty billion dollars for raises for public school teachers, these school teachers' salaries could become comparable to those currently earned by private school

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According to me, it is 2. Can you publish OA and also let us know the source.

1>Since 1970, teachers in public schools have suffered annual decreases in salary: Not necessary; the reason for disparity could be because salaries of those who teach in the private sector could have increased.

2>If the government were to budget at least twenty billion dollars for raises for public school teachers, these school teachers' salaries could become comparable to those currently earned by private school

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