1) \(x^2+40x+391=0\)

2) \(x^2= 529\)

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1) \(x^2+40x+391=0\)

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If 0<x<y<1, is x(1-x)<y(1-y)?

1) y<1/2

2) x+y<1

When you modify the original condition and the question, they become x(1-x)<y(1-y)? -> x-x2<y-y2? -> y2-x2-(y-x)<0? -> (y-x)(y+x)-(y-x)<0? -> (y-x)(y+x-1)<0?.

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If 0<x<y<1, is x(1-x)<y(1-y)?

1) y<1/2

2) x+y<1

When you modify the original condition and the question, they become x(1-x)<y(1-y)? -> x-x2<y-y2? -> y2-x2-(y-x)<0? -> (y-x)(y+x)-(y-x)<0? -> (y-x)(y+x-1)<0?.

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Thank you for posting your questions.

WIth regards to the specific schools, compare your profile with their respective MBA class profiles. To better determine your fit, try campus visits, attending MBA talks, or connecting with alumni and current students of these schools. It will help you know if the learning style, school culture and community are a good fit for you.

Regarding your work experience, you can use it to show the different dimensions you can bring to the class discussions,

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WIth regards to the specific schools, compare your profile with their respective MBA class profiles. To better determine your fit, try campus visits, attending MBA talks, or connecting with alumni and current students of these schools. It will help you know if the learning style, school culture and community are a good fit for you.

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A=\(\frac{r^2}{2}\)*(\(\frac{\pi*\alpha}{180}\)-sin\(\alpha\) )

Sin\(\alpha\) 60 =\(\frac{\sqrt{3}}{2}\)

Another way is to find the Area of the triangle and the Area of the sector of circle to find the Area of the Segment of the Circle.

Area Sector - Area Triangle = Area Segment.

Hope it helps.

Ans. D)

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A=\(\frac{r^2}{2}\)*(\(\frac{\pi*\alpha}{180}\)-sin\(\alpha\) )

Sin\(\alpha\) 60 =\(\frac{\sqrt{3}}{2}\)

Another way is to find the Area of the triangle and the Area of the sector of circle to find the Area of the Segment of the Circle.

Area Sector - Area Triangle = Area Segment.

Hope it helps.

Ans. D)

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A) \(10^{10}\) – \(2^6\)

B) \(10^{10} – 2^7\)

C) \(10^{10} – 2^8\)

D) \(10^{10} – 2^9\)

E) \((10)^{10} (2)^8\)

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A) \(10^{10}\) – \(2^6\)

B) \(10^{10} – 2^7\)

C) \(10^{10} – 2^8\)

D) \(10^{10} – 2^9\)

E) \((10)^{10} (2)^8\)]]>

LOW COST, HEALTHY JOB MARKET AND HIGH ROI MAKE HHL LEIPZIG AN ATTRACTIVE MBA DESTINATION

calling-all-hhl-leipzig-mba-applicants-2016-intake-class-of-208609.html#p1602307

http://www.hhl.de/blog/en/why-hhl-is-an ... stination/

The decision to join HHL turned out to be fruitful. Just 4 months completed and already bagged an internship

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LOW COST, HEALTHY JOB MARKET AND HIGH ROI MAKE HHL LEIPZIG AN ATTRACTIVE MBA DESTINATION

calling-all-hhl-leipzig-mba-applicants-2016-intake-class-of-208609.html#p1602307

http://www.hhl.de/blog/en/why-hhl-is-an ... stination/

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m-n=odd => the remainder can only be an odd number (even*even+ an Odd remainder can only give us an odd number). So options D) and B) are eliminated.

Also put together (m-n)/6will give us [6(q-p)+5]/6, thus having a +5, so answer choice E).

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m-n=odd => the remainder can only be an odd number (even*even+ an Odd remainder can only give us an odd number). So options D) and B) are eliminated.

Also put together (m-n)/6will give us [6(q-p)+5]/6, thus having a +5, so answer choice E).]]>

og explanation said that "such firm" need "firm" not "firms'".

but og explanation sometime is INCORRECT.

required for something

is not idiomatic

I think.

do you agree with me ?

Hithangvietnam ,

Let us recollect the pronoun rule: A possessive noun is not a good antecedent of a pronoun. e.g.,

The teacher is recheckingJohn's research thesis to determine whether he has used his original idea.

John's is not a good antecedent forhe because of the above rule.

Please

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og explanation said that "such firm" need "firm" not "firms'".

but og explanation sometime is INCORRECT.

required for something

is not idiomatic

I think.

do you agree with me ?

Hithangvietnam ,

Let us recollect the pronoun rule: A possessive noun is not a good antecedent of a pronoun. e.g.,

The teacher is recheckingJohn's research thesis to determine whether he has used his original idea.

John's is not a good antecedent forhe because of the above rule.

Please

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thanks

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I tested out all the answer choices against 3 sets of consecutive integers, to see which set will be even each time:

1,2,3,4,5 / 2,4,6,8,10 (all even) / 1,3,5,7,9 (all odd) and got the following results:

a) Even/Even/Odd

b) Odd/Even/Even

c)Even/Even/Odd

d)Odd/Even/Even

e) Even/Even/Even. Only Choice E using the 3 sets could always produce an even result, so E was

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I tested out all the answer choices against 3 sets of consecutive integers, to see which set will be even each time:

1,2,3,4,5 / 2,4,6,8,10 (all even) / 1,3,5,7,9 (all odd) and got the following results:

a) Even/Even/Odd

b) Odd/Even/Even

c)Even/Even/Odd

d)Odd/Even/Even

e) Even/Even/Even. Only Choice E using the 3 sets could always produce an even result, so E was

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TWICE IN: The Sun is the source not onlyof heat and light, but alsoof a continuous stream.....

The prepositionof is inside thenot only X,but also Y structure, i.e.of is a part of both X and Y, hence "twice in".

ONCE OUT: The Sun is the sourceof not only heat and light, but also a continuous stream......

The prepositionof is outside thenot only X,but also Y structure, i.e.of is not a part X or Y, hence "once

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TWICE IN: The Sun is the source not onlyof heat and light, but alsoof a continuous stream.....

The prepositionof is inside thenot only X,but also Y structure, i.e.of is a part of both X and Y, hence "twice in".

ONCE OUT: The Sun is the sourceof not only heat and light, but also a continuous stream......

The prepositionof is outside thenot only X,but also Y structure, i.e.of is not a part X or Y, hence "once

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abgirl wrote:

I am really looking forward to getting any Wharton's news on Feb 9th.

Hey Abgirl. Do you know if the "interview invite" email will be different from the "released" one?

Have u heard back from Sloan?

I don't know. And I have not heard back from Sloan either.

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abgirl wrote:

I am really looking forward to getting any Wharton's news on Feb 9th.

Hey Abgirl. Do you know if the "interview invite" email will be different from the "released" one?

Have u heard back from Sloan?

I don't know. And I have not heard back from Sloan either.]]>

our attending the conference

is wrong grammatically

Hithangvietnam ,

Why do you feel that the usage is wrong? We know of a gerund rule that if a gerund is preceded by a noun, and the noun is the doer of the action depicted by the gerund, then the noun should be in possessive. e.g.,

Right: I loveArnold's acting . (gerund as an object).

Wrong: I love Arnold acting.

Arnold's acting is impressive. (gerund as a subject).

Wrong: Arnold acting is impressive.

According to the above rule, why should

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our attending the conference

is wrong grammatically

Hithangvietnam ,

Why do you feel that the usage is wrong? We know of a gerund rule that if a gerund is preceded by a noun, and the noun is the doer of the action depicted by the gerund, then the noun should be in possessive. e.g.,

Right: I loveArnold's acting . (gerund as an object).

Wrong: I love Arnold acting.

Arnold's acting is impressive. (gerund as a subject).

Wrong: Arnold acting is impressive.

According to the above rule, why should

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I have a few questions regarding Tepper. I am looking to apply in R3, although I'm a bit uncertain about it since I would be a late applicant. How competitive is R3 at Tepper?

I can’t put a specific number on it, but yes, like all competitive programs there are fewer admits in R3, simply based

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I have a few questions regarding Tepper. I am looking to apply in R3, although I'm a bit uncertain about it since I would be a late applicant. How competitive is R3 at Tepper?

I can’t put a specific number on it, but yes, like all competitive programs there are fewer admits in R3, simply based

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-Nathan

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-Nathan]]>

A company assigns product codes consisting of all the letters in the alphabet.How many product codes are possible if the company uses at most 3 letters in its codes, and all letters can be repeated in any one code?

A.15600

B.16226

C.17576

D.18278

E.28572

1-letter codes

26 letters, so there are 26 possible codes

2-letter codes There are 26 options for the 1st letter, and 26 options for the 2nd letter.

So, the number of 2-letter codes = (26)(26) = 26²

3-letter codes There are 26 options for

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A company assigns product codes consisting of all the letters in the alphabet.How many product codes are possible if the company uses at most 3 letters in its codes, and all letters can be repeated in any one code?

A.15600

B.16226

C.17576

D.18278

E.28572

1-letter codes

26 letters, so there are 26 possible codes

2-letter codes There are 26 options for the 1st letter, and 26 options for the 2nd letter.

So, the number of 2-letter codes = (26)(26) = 26²

3-letter codes There are 26 options for

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rahul wrote:

A 1972 agreement between Canada and the United Statesreduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump into the Great Lakes.

(A) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump

(B) reduced the phosphate amount that municipalities had been dumping

(C) reduces the phosphate amount municipalities have been allowed to dump

(D) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities are allowed to dump

(E) reduces the amount of phosphates

(A) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump

(B) reduced the phosphate amount that municipalities had been dumping

(C) reduces the phosphate amount municipalities have been allowed to dump

(D) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities are allowed to dump

(E) reduces the amount of phosphates

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rahul wrote:

A 1972 agreement between Canada and the United Statesreduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump into the Great Lakes.

(A) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump

(B) reduced the phosphate amount that municipalities had been dumping

(C) reduces the phosphate amount municipalities have been allowed to dump

(D) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities are allowed to dump

(E) reduces the amount of phosphates

(A) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities had been allowed to dump

(B) reduced the phosphate amount that municipalities had been dumping

(C) reduces the phosphate amount municipalities have been allowed to dump

(D) reduced the amount of phosphates that municipalities are allowed to dump

(E) reduces the amount of phosphates

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choose smart numbers.

c= 200 %

1992 => k = 1

1993 => 3

1994 => m = 9

So,

1995 => 27

Only choice c gives the desired result.

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choose smart numbers.

c= 200 %

1992 => k = 1

1993 => 3

1994 => m = 9

So,

1995 => 27

Only choice c gives the desired result.]]>

Does anyone know if the font size and/or screen brightness can be adjusted at the Pearson test centre? When I made my first GMAT attempt I found the screen to be wayyy too bright, which was hard on the eyes. In addition, the actual monitor was huge, probably just shy of 30 inches, so the font on the screen was giant. It took me until about halfway through the test to get used to the brightness and the giant font - I think this impacted my score a bit.

By the way, I took the test at the

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Does anyone know if the font size and/or screen brightness can be adjusted at the Pearson test centre? When I made my first GMAT attempt I found the screen to be wayyy too bright, which was hard on the eyes. In addition, the actual monitor was huge, probably just shy of 30 inches, so the font on the screen was giant. It took me until about halfway through the test to get used to the brightness and the giant font - I think this impacted my score a bit.

By the way, I took the test at the

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Only 10-20 students usually get through in the 1st round and majority are WLed.

Can you point me to data that backs this up, and/or can someone else on this thread confirm? I'm curious to know if this is really true. If so, you are making me feel very special right now.

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Only 10-20 students usually get through in the 1st round and majority are WLed.

Can you point me to data that backs this up, and/or can someone else on this thread confirm? I'm curious to know if this is really true. If so, you are making me feel very special right now. ]]>

Is there any other online curse besides UCLA

how much difference between UCLA things and Coursera is?

Need more suggestion on online name as first time I am not getting good results searching about them. I am from commerce background but with low GPA. So is it advisable doing calculus?

I agree higher GMAT is must but would like to add further more on my resume!

Again I am emphasizing...unable to find something besides UCLS

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Is there any other online curse besides UCLA

how much difference between UCLA things and Coursera is?

Need more suggestion on online name as first time I am not getting good results searching about them. I am from commerce background but with low GPA. So is it advisable doing calculus?

I agree higher GMAT is must but would like to add further more on my resume!

Again I am emphasizing...unable to find something besides UCLS

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740, 750, 730, 730 and 710 all in GMAT prep and GMAT exam prep

I have studied from MGMAT and official guide 2016

Kindly assist me as I have cancelled my scores.

I scored Q 35, V22 in official GMAT

This is really a surprise for me as I have always scored really high score in Mock test mentioned above and always scored Q 50 or 51 and verbal from V 40 to V 41

I

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740, 750, 730, 730 and 710 all in GMAT prep and GMAT exam prep

I have studied from MGMAT and official guide 2016

Kindly assist me as I have cancelled my scores.

I scored Q 35, V22 in official GMAT

This is really a surprise for me as I have always scored really high score in Mock test mentioned above and always scored Q 50 or 51 and verbal from V 40 to V 41

I

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I have plans to study 3 hours on weekdays and 6-7 hours on the weekends, as I am working full-time.

Once I have a decent score, then I would prepare my applications and would submit it by Nov. Honestly, I haven't planned it yet as its mainly dependent on my GMAT score!

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I have plans to study 3 hours on weekdays and 6-7 hours on the weekends, as I am working full-time.

Once I have a decent score, then I would prepare my applications and would submit it by Nov. Honestly, I haven't planned it yet as its mainly dependent on my GMAT score!]]>

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If n is a positive integer, which one of the following numbers must have a remainder of 3 when

divided by any of the numbers 4, 5, and 6?

(A) 12n + 3

(B) 24n + 3

(C) 80n + 3

(D) 90n + 2

(E) 120n + 3

Source: GMAT Math Bible

Out of the given options, the correct answer will be the one having the divisor a multiple of 4,5,6 in order for all 3 of these give the same remainder.

LCM of 4,5,6 = 60.

Out of the given options only option E can be written in the form of multiple of 60 for the divisor

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If n is a positive integer, which one of the following numbers must have a remainder of 3 when

divided by any of the numbers 4, 5, and 6?

(A) 12n + 3

(B) 24n + 3

(C) 80n + 3

(D) 90n + 2

(E) 120n + 3

Source: GMAT Math Bible

Out of the given options, the correct answer will be the one having the divisor a multiple of 4,5,6 in order for all 3 of these give the same remainder.

LCM of 4,5,6 = 60.

Out of the given options only option E can be written in the form of multiple of 60 for the divisor

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Q1=N=1 & Q2=2N=2

20= [(1*10)+ (2*T2)]/3

60= 10 +2T2..........> T2=25

Answer:C

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Q1=N=1 & Q2=2N=2

20= [(1*10)+ (2*T2)]/3

60= 10 +2T2..........> T2=25

Answer:C]]>

20%*15= 3 =>c

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20%*15= 3 =>c]]>

If p and q are two positive integers and p/q = 1.15, then p can equal which one of the following?

(A) 15

(B) 18

(C) 20

(D) 22

(E) 23

Source: GMAT math Bible

This is a classic question utilizing the definition of a divisor, quotient and dividend relation.

Dividend = divisor * quotient + remainder

Thus, p/q = 1.15 ---> p = 1.15q = q + 0.15q

Now, remainder can only be integer. Thus lets say 0.15q = I (an integer) ---> q=20*I/3. Thus I must be a multiple of 3 , making q as a multiple of

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If p and q are two positive integers and p/q = 1.15, then p can equal which one of the following?

(A) 15

(B) 18

(C) 20

(D) 22

(E) 23

Source: GMAT math Bible

This is a classic question utilizing the definition of a divisor, quotient and dividend relation.

Dividend = divisor * quotient + remainder

Thus, p/q = 1.15 ---> p = 1.15q = q + 0.15q

Now, remainder can only be integer. Thus lets say 0.15q = I (an integer) ---> q=20*I/3. Thus I must be a multiple of 3 , making q as a multiple of

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shahbaaz_99 wrote:

niranjankasi wrote:

So is Marshall done sending out invites for round 2 and or is there is some hope because I haven't heard anything.

Not even an application complete email.

Not even an application complete email.

^^ ditto. Even I'm waiting for an acknowledgement atleast..

In R1, I had received acknowledgment email soon after submission, which was followed up by Email which enclosed USC ID..

I received interview invite almost after a month from submission deadline..

Hope that helps..

Thanks..

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shahbaaz_99 wrote:

niranjankasi wrote:

So is Marshall done sending out invites for round 2 and or is there is some hope because I haven't heard anything.

Not even an application complete email.

Not even an application complete email.

^^ ditto. Even I'm waiting for an acknowledgement atleast..

In R1, I had received acknowledgment email soon after submission, which was followed up by Email which enclosed USC ID..

I received interview invite almost after a month from submission deadline..

Hope that helps..

Thanks..

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After spending so much time on your studies, it's worth acknowledging that 'your way' of approaching this Test is not enough to get you to your score goals. Continuing to read through lots of books and working through lots of questions is not what you need to do to succeed. Over such a long study period, you've likely developed a number of 'bad habits' that you'll need to 'fix' (and replace with new 'good habits'); you'll also need to learn/practice some new Tactics. This is meant

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Need some advice. I am Indian female. My GMAT score is 710 and I have 2+ yrs of work ex as a software developer.

Does it make sense for me to apply to Rice (Jones) now for Full=-time MBA?

Thanks

Neha

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Does it make sense for me to apply to Rice (Jones) now for Full=-time MBA?

Thanks

Neha]]>

CharmWithSubstance wrote:

The question asks is m + z > 0?

1. m - 3z > 0

2. 4z - m > 0

I chose E, but correct answer was C. Can anyone explain?

From statement 1, m > 3z. From statement 2, 4z > m. So m is between 3z and 4z. Then m + z can have values between 4z and 5z (not inclusive). So shouldn't the sign of this depend on z? If z is negative, m + z is negative, and if z is positive, m + z is positive. So we can't determine whether m+z is positive or negative.

g?1. m - 3z > 0

2. 4z - m > 0

I chose E, but correct answer was C. Can anyone explain?

From statement 1, m > 3z. From statement 2, 4z > m. So m is between 3z and 4z. Then m + z can have values between 4z and 5z (not inclusive). So shouldn't the sign of this depend on z? If z is negative, m + z is negative, and if z is positive, m + z is positive. So we can't determine whether m+z is positive or negative.

Thanks!

(1) m - 3z > 0. Insufficient

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CharmWithSubstance wrote:

The question asks is m + z > 0?

1. m - 3z > 0

2. 4z - m > 0

I chose E, but correct answer was C. Can anyone explain?

From statement 1, m > 3z. From statement 2, 4z > m. So m is between 3z and 4z. Then m + z can have values between 4z and 5z (not inclusive). So shouldn't the sign of this depend on z? If z is negative, m + z is negative, and if z is positive, m + z is positive. So we can't determine whether m+z is positive or negative.

g?1. m - 3z > 0

2. 4z - m > 0

I chose E, but correct answer was C. Can anyone explain?

From statement 1, m > 3z. From statement 2, 4z > m. So m is between 3z and 4z. Then m + z can have values between 4z and 5z (not inclusive). So shouldn't the sign of this depend on z? If z is negative, m + z is negative, and if z is positive, m + z is positive. So we can't determine whether m+z is positive or negative.

Thanks!

(1) m - 3z > 0. Insufficient

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Can you please tell me why A cant be sufficient using below approach?

Given P^2 + Q^2 = 1.

P-Q = 1 => SQUARING BOTH SIDES => P^2 + Q^2 -2PQ = 1

=> 1 -2PQ = 1 (SUBSTITUTING THE VALUE OF P^2 + Q^2)

=> PQ = 0

So our question becomes whether one of p or q is zero?

Now looking at A :

P+Q = 1 => Squaring both sides => P^2 + Q^2 + 2PQ = 1 => 1+2PQ = 1 ( SUBSTITUTING

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Can you please tell me why A cant be sufficient using below approach?

Given P^2 + Q^2 = 1.

P-Q = 1 => SQUARING BOTH SIDES => P^2 + Q^2 -2PQ = 1

=> 1 -2PQ = 1 (SUBSTITUTING THE VALUE OF P^2 + Q^2)

=> PQ = 0

So our question becomes whether one of p or q is zero?

Now looking at A :

P+Q = 1 => Squaring both sides => P^2 + Q^2 + 2PQ = 1 => 1+2PQ = 1 ( SUBSTITUTING

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Many Test Takers spend 3 months (or more) on their studies before they hit their 'peak' scores, so you'll likely improve as you continue to study. You'll have to do a lot of work in BOTH the Quant and Verbal sections to hit your goal scores though. Many Test Takers who use a 'book-heavy' study approach end up getting 'stuck' at a particular score level, so you might want to invest in some new, non-book materials.

Have you had a chance to review this CAT? How many questions did

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Many Test Takers spend 3 months (or more) on their studies before they hit their 'peak' scores, so you'll likely improve as you continue to study. You'll have to do a lot of work in BOTH the Quant and Verbal sections to hit your goal scores though. Many Test Takers who use a 'book-heavy' study approach end up getting 'stuck' at a particular score level, so you might want to invest in some new, non-book materials.

Have you had a chance to review this CAT? How many questions did

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from tested MG, 10 are infected

from tested 10 KG, 5 are infected.

But what if from the whole population of KG, the infected ones are much more? say 50%?

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from tested MG, 10 are infected

from tested 10 KG, 5 are infected.

But what if from the whole population of KG, the infected ones are much more? say 50%?]]>