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# GMAT Tuesdays: Math Strategy — Backsolving

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31 Mar 2015, 10:09
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Ready to be excellent to the universe? I know I am! :D

Today, I turn my gaze on one of the fundamental math strategies for the GMAT—backsolving. Understanding this approach will help you to avoid solving lengthy algebraic equations. Dive in to learn about backsolving so you can start applying it to your preparation.

- See more at: http://magoosh.com/gmat/2015/gmat-tuesd ... cksolving/

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