# GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 28): Work Problem and Critical Reasoning

- Mar 28, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (PS) Robert can eat a 20 kg. bag of potatoes in 10 days. He and his wife Jane can eat the same bag in 7 days. How many days does it take Jane to eat a 20 kg. bag of potatoes by herself? (A) (B) (C)...

# GMAT On Demand: Solving for One Variable Among Many in DS Questions

- Mar 25, 12:21 PM   Comments [0]

// In this video, Rich begins by presenting a sample DS question. The question tests your ability to solve for the value of an expression -- without necessarily solving for the variables in that expression. Jess and Rich then go on to explain the best...

# GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 25): Overlapping Sets and Sentence Correction

- Mar 25, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (DS) What percent of the MIS students enrolled at Wisconsin University are female? 1. 5% of female students at Wisconsin University are studying MIS. 2. 12% of male students at Wisconsin University are studying MIS. OA and Explanation GMAT Daily Deals Save on Kaplan courses when you sign up thru...

# GMAT On Demand: How to Solve for the Value of an Expression (Without Solving for its Variables!)

- Mar 24, 12:19 PM   Comments [0]

// As Jess and Rich explain in this video, oftentimes on Data Sufficiency problems you'll be given more variables than you have equations. This happens for two main reasons: You're just given more variables than equations (you know, because it's fun) You're given as many variables as...

# GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 24): Rate Problem and Sentence Correction

- Mar 24, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (PS) Two trains continuously travel between Washington DC and Baltimore, which is 120 miles away. They start simultaneously, train A at Washington and train B at Baltimore, and run at 30 and 90 mph respectively. The station turnaround times are negligible. What is the distance...

# GMAT On Demand: The Basics of Independent and Dependent Equations

- Mar 23, 12:18 PM   Comments [0]

// In this video, Jess and Rich cover the basics of independent and dependent equations on Data Sufficiency questions. Here are some of the concepts they discuss: Systems of equations are dependent if one equation can be formed by manipulating and/or combining the others. If no manipulation/combination...

# GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 23): Overlapping Sets and Critical Reasoning

- Mar 23, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (PS) Foodmart customers regularly buy at least one of the following products: milk, chicken, or apples. 60% of shoppers buy milk, 50% buy chicken, and 35% buy apples. If 10% of the customers buy all 3 products, what percentage of Foodmart customers purchase exactly 2...

# GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 22): Arithmetic and Critical Reasoning

- Mar 22, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (DS) and are positive integers and . What is the value of ? 1. 2. is a prime number OA and Explanation GMAT Daily Deals Save on Kaplan courses when you sign up thru GMAT Club and get free GMAT tests, total savings \$255!...

# GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 21): Arithmetic and Sentence Correction

- Mar 21, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (DS) When is divided by 5, the remainder is 2. Is divisible by 7? 1. is a prime number 2. is a multiple of 10 OA and Explanation GMAT Daily Deals March Madness begins and so do the special savings...

# GMAT On Demand: Three Classic DS Problems Involving Systems of Equations

- Mar 19, 12:14 PM   Comments [0]

// In this video, Jess and Rich cover helpful strategies for solving Data Sufficiency questions involving systems of equations. There are three sample problems to try on your own: pause the video at 00:37, 5:30, and 8:00 to try your hand at each one. After...