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# Provided that 4*12=6 and 8*8=1. Find 5*6 A.1 B.2 C.3

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Provided that 4*12=6 and 8*8=1. Find 5*6

A.1
B.2
C.3
D.4
E.5

Please don't feel unreasonable right away. Take a close look
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21 Nov 2005, 08:42
C. 3

a*b = c
c is the *signle digit sum* of product

4*6 = 24
2+4 = 6

8*8= 64
6+4=10
1+0=1

5*6=30
3+0 = 3
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21 Nov 2005, 08:47
good try but not the correct answer ..this problem uses some method which you're especially good at( I can tell from many of your posts)
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21 Nov 2005, 09:32
I am absolutely clueless..... lexi.. where did you get this
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21 Nov 2005, 09:55
laxieqv wrote:
good try but not the correct answer ..this problem uses some method which you're especially good at( I can tell from many of your posts)

as long as explanation satisfies all constraints and has no flaws, it has to be answer

unless question is ambiguous
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21 Nov 2005, 14:10
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21 Nov 2005, 17:37
try more~! I'll post OE and OA after my class today ^_~ ...btw, don't forget about the reasonable/ conventional products..
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21 Nov 2005, 21:16
Is it A) 1 ?

Ofcourse, i don't want to myself explaining how I came to this. This one should go in 'Fun Math' though apparently no one saw any fun in this...esp. stretchad!
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21 Nov 2005, 22:59
hik, this problem may be for fun maths or IQ test ..I'm sorry if it takes your precious time

OA is 2.
To find the answer, one needs to compare these weird products with their reasonable versions.
4*12= 48= 6 mod 7
4*12= 6 comes from the above reasoning

8*8= 64 = 1 mod 7
8*8=1 comes from the above reasoning

5*6= 30= 2 mod 7
---> 5*6= 2
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21 Nov 2005, 23:03
See...that's why I didn't want to explain
My strategy for testing duttsit (and now including you) - I have posted in the GMAT forum under Titleist's post
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21 Nov 2005, 23:22
gsr wrote:
See...that's why I didn't want to explain
My strategy for testing duttsit (and now including you) - I have posted in the GMAT forum under Titleist's post

qsr, let me talk to titleist to create those sadistic work problems for you when you are about to attend exec meeting tomorrow

by the way, good that i didnt try..don't think would have gone close to OA

good question laxieqv ...
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21 Nov 2005, 23:24
gsr wrote:
See...that's why I didn't want to explain
My strategy for testing duttsit (and now including you) - I have posted in the GMAT forum under Titleist's post

3458^2389 = 30565492056345340534548605754645994343423355454353463423439964644545460753456343553472
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21 Nov 2005, 23:27
laxieqv wrote:
gsr wrote:
See...that's why I didn't want to explain
My strategy for testing duttsit (and now including you) - I have posted in the GMAT forum under Titleist's post

3458^2389 = 30565492056345340534548605754645994343423355454353463423439964644545460753456343553474

Do you have a supercomputer or something at the University?
You both are Math 'Bombs'! Poor my fellow GMATTakers, because of guys like you, the 'harder' questions in the Q section will move to the 'easy Q's' bin. Very unfair Glad that I took the exam before you too!
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22 Nov 2005, 06:53
My husband got the answer this morning. Thanks for posting the answer!
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22 Nov 2005, 11:05
duttsit wrote:

as long as explanation satisfies all constraints and has no flaws, it has to be answer

unless question is ambiguous

Explanation has flaws.

duttsit wrote:
a*b = c
c is the *signle digit sum* of product

4*6 = 24
2+4 = 6

It was 4*12, not 4*6.
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22 Nov 2005, 11:10
laxieqv wrote:
gsr wrote:
See...that's why I didn't want to explain
My strategy for testing duttsit (and now including you) - I have posted in the GMAT forum under Titleist's post

3458^2389 = 30565492056345340534548605754645994343423355454353463423439964644545460753456343553472

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23 Nov 2005, 03:57
GMATT73 wrote:
laxieqv wrote:
gsr wrote:
See...that's why I didn't want to explain
My strategy for testing duttsit (and now including you) - I have posted in the GMAT forum under Titleist's post

3458^2389 = 30565492056345340534548605754645994343423355454353463423439964644545460753456343553472

well, it's a top secret and my monopoly solution ( have to keep to defeat a supercomputer)
23 Nov 2005, 03:57
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