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what to remember in gmat quant all time [#permalink]
17 Apr 2010, 08:54

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elementary tips and formula to remember in Quant : here is collection of some very handy arithmetic, geometric, algebra and other formula, ( what to remember all the time ) which i collected during my study of Quant. I am sharing as I feel it will be helpful to everyone.

I will keep updating this PDF to add more and more during my study.

please, feel free to give your suggestions to improve the document. thanks

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23 Feb 2012, 13:04

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Sorry, but i have to ask...is all of this content relevant to GMAT? There seems to be a lot in here that might have been part of a competing exam called CAT essential for Business School "competitive entrance exams" in India, but is it essential to GMAT Prep?

Don't get me wrong...there's a lot of good info in here, but I've been working with MGMAT test material and haven't encountered a single problem needing any of the following: - Volume, Surface Area of Spheres, Cones, Pyramids, Prisms - Equal chords equidistant from center - Angles between tangents and chords - Circumcircles, Incenters and centroids

Are knowing the above concepts, for instance, essential to the 700+ or 750+ score?

PS: One error: the Permutation/Combination forumlae, in the gogle document, are incorrect.