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https://gmatclub.com/forum/for-each-of- ... 26998.html can someone pls explain this question.

Black dots represents percentage change in value of yen according to 2008 levels of US dollar. If you will see Q1 of 2008, percentage change is 0% at 10 million USD. So basically you have to find out value of sales in japanese yen by converting it from US dollar. So if in a quarter sale is 20 million USD and change is 15%, then value in yen should be - 20 m + 15% of 10m.
Like this you find out value of every quarter of 2009 and give your answer.
This is how I solved it, I am open for review or easier method. Thanks.
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would it be okay if I posted a screenshot of the question here i need help with? since I’m not able to format it correctly to post as a question.
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would it be okay if I posted a screenshot of the question here i need help with? since I’m not able to format it correctly to post as a question.

Yes you can. Someone will address your doubt soon.
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would it be okay if I posted a screenshot of the question here i need help with? since I’m not able to format it correctly to post as a question.

Be sure to tag the question if it’s from one of the mocks so people who are yet to take the mocks will know it’s a mock question
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Re: Data Insights Question of the Day [#permalink]
1st dropdown: none
5

It is gmat focus prep(3) question

1st drpdown:none
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2nd dropdown: none
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curiousPope, I saw your first post related to quadratics which is a part of Algebra. So, you may select Algebra under the sub-section "Types".

Sorry wrong chat room. Pls ignore the above msg.
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curiousPope wrote:
It is gmat focus prep(3) question 1st drpdown:none 5 10 2nd dropdown: none 3 5

5 and none
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chetan2u wrote:
5 and none

should it not be 5 and 5?
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5 and none

can you please explain tha 2nd part i.e. "none"
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@chetan2u
Do you have any idea how much questions it takes to improve your score by 2-3 points.
Like if you got a 77 score, you are at a 66%ile and if you get an 80 score, you are at a 86%ile.
The %ile difference is huge
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can you please explain tha 2nd part i.e. "none"

We are looking for whether these 5 party A leaders also had approval ratings greater than 50% from remaining party members, that is party B and party C. If you look at those % columns for these five leaders, Ist, 4th, 6th, 8th and 10th, none have all columns greater than 50% from all parties. Rather there is only one leader 7th, who fits in this category but is not from party A. What is the OA?
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Do you think we would have to get a lot more questions correct to get those extra 3 points looking at the %ile difference

I have seen people get 90%ile with 6 questions wrong

So it seems like each question carries a huge weightage
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Nullbyte, it would depend on where you are. The more the congested zone, the more are chances of requiring more answers correct to move up that congested zone.

chetan2u wrote:
Nullbyte, it would depend on where you are. The more the congested zone, the more are chances of requiring more answers correct to move up that congested zone.

*a slight typo, I meant congested zone would take you up faster.
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Nullbyte, it would depend on where you are. The more the congested zone, the more are chances of requiring more answers correct to move up that congested zone.

My score is in the range of 75-77 and I always end up getting a couple of questions wrong because of careless error.
So I wonder if I can get just 2 questions right would my score touch the 80 mark
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yes surely, 2 questions can get the score up by a couple of points easily. In DI, it is more of silly mistakes, not understanding what is required
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