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It’s as question says, it’s asking how many decimals occur more than twice if it converted from fraction form into Decimal form.

In my opinion
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More than once* in other words two or more times
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Data Sufficiency Butler: May 2024
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Data Sufficiency Butler: May 2024
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Hi are the questions asked on focus similar to classic edition
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asking from use of material pov
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Given classic twice
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and now I have to give focus
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So can I refer to same material and just avoid geometry
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goelayush21 wrote:
So can I refer to same material and just avoid geometry

Yes you can.
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Shubh_04 wrote:
If you go outside to buy sweets and suppose a bakery has a selection of 50 different cupcakes, 49 identical doughnuts, and 48 different muffins. If you were to select 2 cup cakes, 5 doughnuts and 1 muffin, how many different choices of sweets can you choose from? (A) 50*49*49*48 (B) 50*49*49*48/2 (C) 50*49*24 (D) 50*49*48 (E) none of the above

I also think the answer is C. My answer on paper was ((50 * 49 * 48)/2)) which is the same as C.
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Check out how brutally specific this question is 🤣

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gmat_grand_master wrote:
Check out how brutally specific this question is 🤣

Your answer is logically correct only no?
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Damn, Just one word *Improve*
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Yup, that one word made it incorrect haha
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gmat_grand_master wrote:
Check out how brutally specific this question is 🤣

source?
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GMAC Online Question Bank.
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From mba.com.
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Bunuel wrote:
Problem Solving Butler: May 2023
May 17PS 1PS 2

Ans: E & D
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aravindsrinivas wrote:
Ans: E & D

I think the answers are B and D
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I need help filling these.
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43 is odd
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-2 + -1 + 0 + 1 + 2
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for sum to be 0
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it has to be odd
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44. If I were to guess would be 1, 64 and 729
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The ans for 45 question seems to 19
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Source?
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aayushimehta12 wrote:
44. If I were to guess would be 1, 64 and 729

It should be 0, 1 and 64
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for 45, just take simpler numbers to understand what is happening... 2*3*5 = 30.......(2+1)*3*5 = 45 and 2*3*(5+1) = 36.....Thus, the effect is least when it is the largest of the numbers. Hence 19
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200 students took a set of exams. 43%
passed in Mash, 52% passed in Physics
and 521 passed in Chemiabry. IM’% passed
in Math and Physics, 21% passed in Moth
and Chemistry and 20% passed in Anysics
and chemistry. I% students passed in all 3
subjects. How many students passed in
Math
only?
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how to solve this one? i used n(AUBUC)=n(A)+n(B)+n(c)-n(AnB)-n(Anc)-n(BnC)+n(AnBnC) this fornula
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but the ans says 32
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Domain of sin x?
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All Real numbers
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Hello All! Where do I prepare GMAT from? I have solved Jamborees Quant questions but every time I see a different brand of question Which takes time to solve or is very difficult.
Please guide me.
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PrabhatKC wrote:
Hello All! Where do I prepare GMAT from? I have solved Jamborees Quant questions but every time I see a different brand of question Which takes time to solve or is very difficult.
Please guide me.

Jamboree’s questions won’t be enough for you to get a very high score.
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Try solving different types of questions on GC for each topic.
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Hello everyone, i have just started my gmat prep . Could you guys help me i am not good at maths/quant . Please give me suggestions so that how should i initiate?
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areeshasuhail wrote:
200 students took a set of exams. 43%
passed in Mash, 52% passed in Physics
and 521 passed in Chemiabry. IM’% passed
in Math and Physics, 21% passed in Moth
and Chemistry and 20% passed in Anysics
and chemistry. I% students passed in all 3
subjects. How many students passed in
Math
only?

What’s the percentage of Math and Physics ?
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Konasaisantosh wrote:
Domain of sin x?

Domain is all Real numbers as you will get a value for sinx for every real value of x, and the range is between -1 and 1, both inclusive, as value of sinx remains in tha trange.
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areeshasuhail wrote:
200 students took a set of exams. 43%
passed in Mash, 52% passed in Physics
and 521 passed in Chemiabry. IM’% passed
in Math and Physics, 21% passed in Moth
and Chemistry and 20% passed in Anysics
and chemistry. I% students passed in all 3
subjects. How many students passed in
Math
only?

The question cannot be answered the way it is posted. Kindly reformat it.
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PrabhatKC wrote:
Hello All! Where do I prepare GMAT from? I have solved Jamborees Quant questions but every time I see a different brand of question Which takes time to solve or is very difficult.
Please guide me.

­You can practice questions on GMAT Club by exploring various forums and applying necessary filters:


Make sure you are signed in to access features like the timer and the error log. To access forum quizzes or GMAT Club Tests, a subscription is required. GMAT Club Tests are well-known for their challenging quantitative problems.

For quant resources and guide check:
ALL YOU NEED FOR QUANT ! ! !
Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread

For Data Insights check Data Insights Forums.

You can find verbal resources in Verbal Guides and Resources

Hope it helps.­
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hi guys please help me with these type of remainder questions, I cannot find any video related to this topic and I do not understand please help me
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Is it 1 for 1st and (iv) for 2nd ?
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Data Sufficiency Butler: May 2024
May 20DS 1DS 2
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Problem Solving Butler: May 2023
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Hi I m new user any one help me how to use this app
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Yashodakarotia wrote:
Hi I m new user any one help me how to use this app

Use practice question bank under GMAT section at first.
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Bunuel wrote:
­You can practice questions on GMAT Club by exploring various forums and applying necessary filters:


Make sure you are signed in to access features like the timer and the error log. To access forum quizzes or GMAT Club Tests, a subscription is required. GMAT Club Tests are well-known for their challenging quantitative problems.

For quant resources and guide check:
ALL YOU NEED FOR QUANT ! ! !
Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread

For Data Insights check Data Insights Forums.

You can find verbal resources in Verbal Guides and Resources

Hope it helps.­

Scroll up and see this message sent by bunnuel you will get a clear idea of where to start from
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Is there a good quant consolidated question bank? the one i have right now has some really old and obsolete questions.
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Ami0Trafalgar wrote:
Is there a good quant consolidated question bank? the one i have right now has some really old and obsolete questions.

­You can practice questions on GMAT Club by exploring various forums and applying necessary filters:


Make sure you are signed in to access features like the timer and the error log. To access forum quizzes or GMAT Club Tests, a subscription is required. GMAT Club Tests are well-known for their challenging quantitative problems.

For quant resources and guide check:
ALL YOU NEED FOR QUANT ! ! !
Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread

For Data Insights check Data Insights Forums.

You can find verbal resources in Verbal Guides and Resources

Hope it helps.­
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Data Sufficiency Butler: May 2024
May 21DS 1DS 2
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What is the remainder when 2^99 is divided by 99

A. 17
B. 15
C. 13
D. 11
E. 9

can somebody please help with this q?
Thanks :))
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1) Is it worth practicing questions from 0G ’16 onward ? or, from the latest OGs only?
2) I am still confused should I practice coordinate geometry or not ?­
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Akkiiii wrote:
What is the remainder when 2^99 is divided by 99

A. 17
B. 15
C. 13
D. 11
E. 9

can somebody please help with this q?
Thanks :))

13?
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Worth practicing verbal and CR from older OGs, coordinate geometry is still in the syllabus
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13?
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Akkiiii wrote:
What is the remainder when 2^99 is divided by 99

A. 17
B. 15
C. 13
D. 11
E. 9

can somebody please help with this q?
Thanks :))

Discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/what-is-the- ... 09576.html
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17 is the answer for the remainder problem
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playthegame wrote:
17 is the answer for the remainder problem

can you explain the process as to how you got 17?
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Akkiiii wrote:
What is the remainder when 2^99 is divided by 99

A. 17
B. 15
C. 13
D. 11
E. 9

can somebody please help with this q?
Thanks :))

­This question is disuccsed in detail here: 

https://gmatclub.com/forum/what-is-the- ... 09576.html

Hope it helps.
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playthegame wrote:
Worth practicing verbal and CR from older OGs, coordinate geometry is still in the syllabus

­one can expect coordinate geometry in DI section also ?
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I need help in these 2.
1, a2>bc?

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a can be -1 and b (-5) and c (-2)

So a^2 might nt be greater thn bc
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For second ques, is the ans E??
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Option 3 satisfied bothe the possibilities of a being positive and 0 and the other two being as positive or negative
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Top question - Ans III
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Also when a>b and a>c 2a has to be greater than b+c. Please confirm the answer
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Top question answer is III
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Bottom question answer is E
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two inequalities can be added if signs are same. However other are not true as we cannot multiply divide with variable without knowing its sign. We can only add and subtract
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Bottom question answer E
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PrabhatKC wrote:
I need help in these 2.
1, a2>bc?

3rd and E
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Purnank wrote:
3rd and E

why is the first statement incorrect plese explain
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PrabhatKC wrote:
I need help in these 2.
1, a2>bc?

2nd answer - E
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Madhvendrasinh wrote:
why is the first statement incorrect plese explain

take -ve values like -2>-3 and -2>-4 now evaluate
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oh okay thankyou
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PrabhatKC wrote:
I need help in these 2.
1, a2>bc?

1st one is 3, which you get when you add both the inequalities
2nd one is E, as even for x=0.9999, x3 will be less than 1.
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Please help
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I think a
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adarsh.duggal wrote:
Please help

­Worth noting though that such type of pure algebraic questions are no longer a part of the DS syllabus of the GMAT.­

­DS questions in GMAT Focus encompass various types of word problems, such as:
  • Word Problems
  • Work Problems
  • Distance Problems
  • Mixture Problems
  • Percent and Interest Problems
  • Overlapping Sets Problems
  • Statistics Problems
  • Combination and Probability Problems

While these questions may involve or necessitate knowledge of algebra, arithmetic, inequalities, etc., they will always be presented in the form of word problems. You won’t encounter pure "algebra" questions like, "Is x > y?" or "A positive integer n has two prime factors..."­

­Check GMAT Syllabus for Focus Edition­

Hope it helps.­
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the first i think is I bcs a*a>ab means a*a/a>b wich means a>b which is true.. i think is only I. the other one i think its C
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Data Sufficiency Butler: May 2024
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Is variation in the syllabus of gmat focus
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Distance speed and time
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