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# Consolidation of Math theories

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01 Oct 2013, 05:31
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Hi All,

I found out these important theories posted by valuable contributors and Members of the GMAT Club,

If you are very new to the math forum- Please look into BUNUEL'S POST

Now with the Important list.

REMAINDERS :

1. Remainders Tips and Tricks
2. Solving Remainder Problems

INEQUALITIES :

1. Basics
2. Full Theory Part-1
3. Full Theory Part-2
4. Graphical Approach

PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS :

1. Fundamentals

TIME, SPEED & DISTANCE :

1.Fundamentals

PERCENTAGES :

CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY :

1. Co-ordinate Geometry Simplified

Others :

1. Hexagon
3. Overlapping sets
4.FDP
5. Math Basics
6. Geometry Formula practice Sheet

Thanks and Kudos to all the contributors of these mentioned post
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17 Mar 2019, 11:17
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