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New post 19 Jul 2012, 01:04
http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... stion/1303

I have able to do the first one . But not able to answer the second one . Can anyone explain me how to calculate the answer for the second one pls ..

Thanks a lot in advance for your help !!

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tricky but the only reasoning for me is this:

the 2nd stimulus says: Facebook's revenue for the Mar'12 quarter 8so here we have a forecast of revenue) if the year over year growth for that quarter is at 50%.

This means that the next year the growth should be (for instance of 100%) the double BUT we have the 50% so: in march 2011 we have 700 in $ + 50 % of 7 we have 3.5 ---> 7 + 3.5 = 10.5

Only 1.1 fit the bill.

Hope this helps. I do not see other expalantions :)
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Yeah I understood now !! thanks a lot !!

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New post 21 Feb 2017, 01:27
carcass wrote:
tricky but the only reasoning for me is this:

the 2nd stimulus says: Facebook's revenue for the Mar'12 quarter 8so here we have a forecast of revenue) if the year over year growth for that quarter is at 50%.

This means that the next year the growth should be (for instance of 100%) the double BUT we have the 50% so: in march 2011 we have 700 in $ + 50 % of 7 we have 3.5 ---> 7 + 3.5 = 10.5

Only 1.1 fit the bill.

Hope this helps. I do not see other expalantions :)


shouldn't it be 150% of 700 = 1.5B
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