If the sum of five consecutive positive integers is A, then the sum of the next five consecutive integers in terms of A is:
A. A+1 inquiry
This is a 10th tough and tricky problem. So, I'd like to have some feedback:
1. How do you like the questions?
2. How tough are they? (It was said that they are 700+, but I found some of them easy and some of a kind never will appear in the real GMAT test, generally I'm not posting them)
3. When should I post OA? After some period of time say 1 day, after 1st correct answer...
4. Should I continue posting? Because if most of you think these questions are no good, let me know, it's quite a job to check all of them and make notes for solutions.
Thanks in advance.
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