The amount of profit made from government copy sales in 1992 was

(A) 70 thousand

(B) 100 thousand

(C) 150 thousand

(D) 200 thousand

(E) 350 thousand

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The amount of profit made from government copy sales in 1992 was

(A) 70 thousand

(B) 100 thousand

(C) 150 thousand

(D) 200 thousand

(E) 350 thousand]]>

Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument?

(A) The reporter who writes a story is usually better placed than the reporters'

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Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument?

(A) The reporter who writes a story is usually better placed than the reporters'

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Verbal Question of The Day: Day 18: Sentence Correction

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Due to the highly sensitive nature of their work, all State Department staff members were instructed to store their files on secure servers.

(A) Due to the highly sensitive nature of their work, all State Department staff members were instructed to store their files on secure servers.

(B) Because diplomatic work was highly sensitive, the State Department’s staff had been instructed

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Verbal Question of The Day: Day 18: Sentence Correction

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Due to the highly sensitive nature of their work, all State Department staff members were instructed to store their files on secure servers.

(A) Due to the highly sensitive nature of their work, all State Department staff members were instructed to store their files on secure servers.

(B) Because diplomatic work was highly sensitive, the State Department’s staff had been instructed

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(A) 1.5

(B) 3.5

(C) 13.5

(D) 15

(E) 45

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(A) 1.5

(B) 3.5

(C) 13.5

(D) 15

(E) 45]]>

Here Paul, just got accepted to ESADE's Mim program 2 days ago, if someone is in the same situation please leave your comment here or you can also PM me:D

Really excited to see new people from all over the world!!

Any question about ESADE or Spain I'm happy to help:)

Regards,

Paul

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Here Paul, just got accepted to ESADE's Mim program 2 days ago, if someone is in the same situation please leave your comment here or you can also PM me:D

Really excited to see new people from all over the world!!

Any question about ESADE or Spain I'm happy to help:)

Regards,

Paul]]>

According to the last pre-election poll in Whippleton, most voters believe that the three problems government needs to address, in order of important, are pollution, crime, and unemployment. Yet in the election, candidates from parties perceived as strongly against pollution were defeated, while those elected were all from parties with a history of opposing legislation designed to reduce pollution. These results should not be taken

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According to the last pre-election poll in Whippleton, most voters believe that the three problems government needs to address, in order of important, are pollution, crime, and unemployment. Yet in the election, candidates from parties perceived as strongly against pollution were defeated, while those elected were all from parties with a history of opposing legislation designed to reduce pollution. These results should not be taken

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I had given GMAT in October last year and scored 680 (Q50, V30). I had used the following material:

Veritas Prep online video course(taken by Brian and Lissette)

OG 2012

OG Verbal Review 2

GMAT Prep Free tests and Exam pack 1.

I am planning to give GMAT again in July end. I see lot of potential to improve in Verbal and I have subscribed to a Verbal Live prep course.

I need some guidance on Quant. Though my score last time was okay in quant, I am afraid I don't ignore quant this time

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I had given GMAT in October last year and scored 680 (Q50, V30). I had used the following material:

Veritas Prep online video course(taken by Brian and Lissette)

OG 2012

OG Verbal Review 2

GMAT Prep Free tests and Exam pack 1.

I am planning to give GMAT again in July end. I see lot of potential to improve in Verbal and I have subscribed to a Verbal Live prep course.

I need some guidance on Quant. Though my score last time was okay in quant, I am afraid I don't ignore quant this time

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Academics : State board

X - 88% (2005)

XII - 79% (2007)

WBUT (West Bengal University of technology)

B.Tech (Electronics & Communication) - 79.3% (2007-2011)

Work Experience:

1. For 2.5 years , i've worked in Tata Consultancy Services as Java Developer under Banking vertical in Global Trade Domain.

2. For 8 months , i've worked as Application

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Academics : State board

X - 88% (2005)

XII - 79% (2007)

WBUT (West Bengal University of technology)

B.Tech (Electronics & Communication) - 79.3% (2007-2011)

Work Experience:

1. For 2.5 years , i've worked in Tata Consultancy Services as Java Developer under Banking vertical in Global Trade Domain.

2. For 8 months , i've worked as Application

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Academics : State board

X - 88% (2005)

XII - 79% (2007)

WBUT (West Bengal University of technology)

B.Tech (Electronics & Communication) - 79.3% (2007-2011)

Work Experience:

1. For 2.5 years , i've worked in Tata Consultancy Services as Java Developer under Banking vertical in Global Trade Domain.

2. For 8 months , i've worked as Application

...

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Academics : State board

X - 88% (2005)

XII - 79% (2007)

WBUT (West Bengal University of technology)

B.Tech (Electronics & Communication) - 79.3% (2007-2011)

Work Experience:

1. For 2.5 years , i've worked in Tata Consultancy Services as Java Developer under Banking vertical in Global Trade Domain.

2. For 8 months , i've worked as Application

...]]>

I have compiled a few articles published onEconomist and New York Times . These articles can be helpful for practicing active reading strategies.

Economist - See attachment.

NYT - https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/201 ... .html?_r=0

Note: These passages do not have questions based

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I have compiled a few articles published onEconomist and New York Times . These articles can be helpful for practicing active reading strategies.

Economist - See attachment.

NYT - https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/201 ... .html?_r=0

Note: These passages do not have questions based

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Attachments Economist Articles for GMAT.pdf [281.55 KiB]

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A) \(2 \sqrt{2} - 1\)

B) \(\sqrt{2} + 1\)

C) \(1 - \sqrt{2}\)

D) \(\sqrt{2} - 1\)

E) \(\sqrt{2}\)

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A) \(2 \sqrt{2} - 1\)

B) \(\sqrt{2} + 1\)

C) \(1 - \sqrt{2}\)

D) \(\sqrt{2} - 1\)

E) \(\sqrt{2}\)]]>

If y > x, is y > 64

(1) x has 7 factors(all even but one) and is divisible by only one prime number.

(2) |y-64| >|x-64|

Answer Choices

- A. Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

B. Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

C. BOTH statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question asked, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient

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If y > x, is y > 64

(1) x has 7 factors(all even but one) and is divisible by only one prime number.

(2) |y-64| >|x-64|

Answer Choices

- A. Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

B. Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

C. BOTH statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question asked, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient

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Academics : State board

X - 88% (2005)

XII - 79% (2007)

WBUT (West Bengal University of technology)

B.Tech (Electronics & Communication) - 79.3% (2007-2011)

Work Experience:

1. For 2.5 years , i've worked in Tata Consultancy Services as Java Developer under Banking vertical in Global Trade Domain.

2. For 8 months , i've worked as Application

...

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Academics : State board

X - 88% (2005)

XII - 79% (2007)

WBUT (West Bengal University of technology)

B.Tech (Electronics & Communication) - 79.3% (2007-2011)

Work Experience:

1. For 2.5 years , i've worked in Tata Consultancy Services as Java Developer under Banking vertical in Global Trade Domain.

2. For 8 months , i've worked as Application

...]]>

A) -7

B) -3

C) 3

D) 7

E) 10

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A) -7

B) -3

C) 3

D) 7

E) 10]]>

(1) x-y = y-z

(2) x > z

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(1) x-y = y-z

(2) x > z]]>

(1) Steve’s salary increased by $1,000 per month.

(2) Carl’s salary increased by $1,200 per month

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(1) Steve’s salary increased by $1,000 per month.

(2) Carl’s salary increased by $1,200 per month]]>

(A) 20

(B) 25

(C) 50

(D) 62

(E) 70

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(A) 20

(B) 25

(C) 50

(D) 62

(E) 70]]>

(A) $300

(B) $175

(C) $105

(D) $100

(E) $84

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(A) $300

(B) $175

(C) $105

(D) $100

(E) $84]]>

(A) 350

(B) 540

(C) 700

(D) 950

(E) 1050

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(A) 350

(B) 540

(C) 700

(D) 950

(E) 1050]]>

(A) 250

(B) 300

(C) 350

(D) 400

(E) 550

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(A) 250

(B) 300

(C) 350

(D) 400

(E) 550]]>

(A) 0.0046%

(B) 0.046%

(C) 0.46%

(D) 4.6%

(E) 46%

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(A) 0.0046%

(B) 0.046%

(C) 0.46%

(D) 4.6%

(E) 46%]]>

What is the projected number of white-collar criminals in 2000?

(A) 1 million

(B) 3.8 million

(C) 6 million

(D) 8 million

(E) 10 million

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What is the projected number of white-collar criminals in 2000?

(A) 1 million

(B) 3.8 million

(C) 6 million

(D) 8 million

(E) 10 million

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A) 2.5%

B) 3.6%

C) 25%

D) 40%

E) 250%

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A) 2.5%

B) 3.6%

C) 25%

D) 40%

E) 250%]]>

The projected number of Robbers in 2000 will exceed the number of white-collar criminals in 1990 by

(A) 1.2 million

(B) 2.3 million

(C) 3.4 million

(D) 5.8 million

(E) 7.2 million

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The projected number of Robbers in 2000 will exceed the number of white-collar criminals in 1990 by

(A) 1.2 million

(B) 2.3 million

(C) 3.4 million

(D) 5.8 million

(E) 7.2 million]]>

(1) Matthew bought four floor seats and three balcony seats for $82.50.

(2) Linda bought eight floor seats and six balcony seats for $165.00.

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(1) Matthew bought four floor seats and three balcony seats for $82.50.

(2) Linda bought eight floor seats and six balcony seats for $165.00.]]>

(1) 100 – x > x – 70

(2) x > 85

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(1) 100 – x > x – 70

(2) x > 85]]>

(1) A total of 350 burritos was sold at Dave’s Wraps yesterday, which is 100 fewer than twice the number sold today.

(2) The number of burritos sold at Dave’s Wraps yesterday was 20 more than the number sold today.

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(1) A total of 350 burritos was sold at Dave’s Wraps yesterday, which is 100 fewer than twice the number sold today.

(2) The number of burritos sold at Dave’s Wraps yesterday was 20 more than the number sold today.]]>

(1) x is even.

(2) x is a multiple of 4.

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(1) x is even.

(2) x is a multiple of 4.]]>

(A) 2.5

(B) 4.5

(C) 36

(D) 160

(E) 320

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(A) 2.5

(B) 4.5

(C) 36

(D) 160

(E) 320]]>

(A) a/6

(B) a/600

(C) 150/a

(D) 480/a

(E) 2,400/a

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(A) a/6

(B) a/600

(C) 150/a

(D) 480/a

(E) 2,400/a]]>