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# Looking for Good source for advanced absolute inequalities

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24 Sep 2009, 11:26
Is there any good book or other source out there for advanced absolute inequalities?

I mean not for simple stuff such as |x+2| >3 etc. I am looking for something which contains inequalities, absolutes, and multiple variables.

Does anyone know whether MGMAT inequalities book covers this kind of advanced stuff?

Thanks.

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24 Sep 2009, 11:43
getmba wrote:
Is there any good book or other source out there for advanced absolute inequalities?

I mean not for simple stuff such as |x+2| >3 etc. I am looking for something which contains inequalities, absolutes, and multiple variables.

Does anyone know whether MGMAT inequalities book covers this kind of advanced stuff?

Thanks.

Don't really know a good resource/book. We have the gmatclub tests section that covers absolutes and such but we don't split practice questions up into inequalities or multiple variables. You are close to getting free access after 200 posts or you can just buy one of them for \$12.

Here are all of the categories available:

Arithmetic
• Fractions (10 q)
• Modules and Special operations (10 q)
• Number properties 1 (10 q)
• Number properties 2 (10 q)
• Number properties 3 (10 q)
• Powers (10 q)

Probability and Combinations
• Probability and Combinations (16 q)

Statistics
• Statistics (14 q)

Algebra
• Algebra 1 (10 q)
• Algebra 2 (12 q)

Geometry
• Geometry 1 (10 q)
• Geometry 2 (14 q)
• Coordinate geometry (16 q)

Word problems
• Overlapping sets, Min/max and Mixtures (14 q)
• Rate (10 q)
• Work (10 q)
• Other (11 q)

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24 Sep 2009, 13:11
Thanks BB.

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27 Jun 2013, 22:46
bb wrote:
getmba wrote:
Is there any good book or other source out there for advanced absolute inequalities?

I mean not for simple stuff such as |x+2| >3 etc. I am looking for something which contains inequalities, absolutes, and multiple variables.

Does anyone know whether MGMAT inequalities book covers this kind of advanced stuff?

Thanks.

Don't really know a good resource/book. We have the gmatclub tests section that covers absolutes and such but we don't split practice questions up into inequalities or multiple variables. You are close to getting free access after 200 posts or you can just buy one of them for \$12.

Here are all of the categories available:

Arithmetic
• Fractions (10 q)
• Modules and Special operations (10 q)
• Number properties 1 (10 q)
• Number properties 2 (10 q)
• Number properties 3 (10 q)
• Powers (10 q)

Probability and Combinations
• Probability and Combinations (16 q)

Statistics
• Statistics (14 q)

Algebra
• Algebra 1 (10 q)
• Algebra 2 (12 q)

Geometry
• Geometry 1 (10 q)
• Geometry 2 (14 q)
• Coordinate geometry (16 q)

Word problems
• Overlapping sets, Min/max and Mixtures (14 q)
• Rate (10 q)
• Work (10 q)
• Other (11 q)

Hey bb- what does this categorization belong to? Is it about the no. of qs in 1 GC test or else?

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27 Jun 2013, 23:01
This seemed as good a spot as any to jump in and make my first post.

The Manhattan GMAT Algebra Strategy Guide talks about this topic quite a bit in chapters 8, 9, and 11.

Hopefully that's helpful to someone. This site is awesome. I'm glad to be a member here.
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