Does Questrom send an official mail of rejection? (Though it's obvious that it is a ding for me.)

YOU ARE NOT DONE,UNTIL THEY SAY YOU ARE DONE.

As far as i know -> Every university sends an official mail regarding the acceptance/ding.

Given that they had extended their deadline to feb-> You still have a pretty good chance.

Regards

Stone Cold

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Does Questrom send an official mail of rejection? (Though it's obvious that it is a ding for me.)

YOU ARE NOT DONE,UNTIL THEY SAY YOU ARE DONE.

As far as i know -> Every university sends an official mail regarding the acceptance/ding.

Given that they had extended their deadline to feb-> You still have a pretty good chance.

Regards

Stone Cold

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I was going through Manhattan SC Guide (Pronoun Ambiguity) and gotconfused.

Researchers claim to have developed new "nano-papers" incorporating tiny

cellulose fibers, which THEY allege give THEM the strength of cast iron.

What nouns do they and them refer to? You might assume that they refers to researchers (who claim

something) and that them refers to new “nano-papers? However, this confusing switch of reference is

not permitted by the GMAT.

Resolve the confusion by recasting the

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I was going through Manhattan SC Guide (Pronoun Ambiguity) and gotconfused.

Researchers claim to have developed new "nano-papers" incorporating tiny

cellulose fibers, which THEY allege give THEM the strength of cast iron.

What nouns do they and them refer to? You might assume that they refers to researchers (who claim

something) and that them refers to new “nano-papers? However, this confusing switch of reference is

not permitted by the GMAT.

Resolve the confusion by recasting the

...]]>

Is xy > 1 ?

(1) x/y > 1

(2) x ≥ 1 and y > 2

Target question: Is xy > 1 ?

Statement 1: x/y > 1

This statement doesn't FEEL sufficient, so I'll TEST some values.

There are several values of x and y that satisfy statement 1. Here are two:

Case a: x = 2 ans y = 1 (so x/y = 2/1 = 2. So, x/y > 1). In this case,xy = (2)(1) = 2. So, xy > 1

Case b: x = 2 ans y = 0.1 (so x/y = 2/0.1 = 20. So, x/y > 1). In this case,xy = (2)(0.1) = 0.2. So, xy < 1

Since we cannot answer

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Is xy > 1 ?

(1) x/y > 1

(2) x ≥ 1 and y > 2

Target question: Is xy > 1 ?

Statement 1: x/y > 1

This statement doesn't FEEL sufficient, so I'll TEST some values.

There are several values of x and y that satisfy statement 1. Here are two:

Case a: x = 2 ans y = 1 (so x/y = 2/1 = 2. So, x/y > 1). In this case,xy = (2)(1) = 2. So, xy > 1

Case b: x = 2 ans y = 0.1 (so x/y = 2/0.1 = 20. So, x/y > 1). In this case,xy = (2)(0.1) = 0.2. So, xy < 1

Since we cannot answer

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Expression= 2 (x^2) + 3 (y^2) - 4x - 12y + 18

For extreme values of expression, d/dx(expression) =0

Differentiating with respect to x,

d/dx(expression) = 4x - 4= 0

Therefore, x= 1

Differentiating with respect to y,

d/dy(expression) = 6y - 12= 0

Therefore, y= 2

Substituting values x=1, y=2 in expression,

we get value = 4

It can be ascertained that this extreme value is minimum as d^2/dx^2(expression) = 4 (positive) and d^2/dy^2(expression) = 6 (positive)

Note: Differentiation is

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Expression= 2 (x^2) + 3 (y^2) - 4x - 12y + 18

For extreme values of expression, d/dx(expression) =0

Differentiating with respect to x,

d/dx(expression) = 4x - 4= 0

Therefore, x= 1

Differentiating with respect to y,

d/dy(expression) = 6y - 12= 0

Therefore, y= 2

Substituting values x=1, y=2 in expression,

we get value = 4

It can be ascertained that this extreme value is minimum as d^2/dx^2(expression) = 4 (positive) and d^2/dy^2(expression) = 6 (positive)

Note: Differentiation is

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Do you agree or disagree?

Distance learning and online computer class should replace classroom setting learning.

While it is true that distant and virtual education are popular in our modern society, however, such alternatives are not feasible to some courses. There are programs that a conventional education method is more effective especially in courses that need hands-on training, real-world experience of the subject, and interpersonal skill.

There is no alternative way to learn than in the

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Do you agree or disagree?

Distance learning and online computer class should replace classroom setting learning.

While it is true that distant and virtual education are popular in our modern society, however, such alternatives are not feasible to some courses. There are programs that a conventional education method is more effective especially in courses that need hands-on training, real-world experience of the subject, and interpersonal skill.

There is no alternative way to learn than in the

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blueseas wrote:

The emerging field of architectural climatology centers on the potential of as-yet-undeveloped architecture and landscaping to alter, redirect, or dissipate weather systems; for instance, hurricanes prevented from forming by artificial "reefs" of precisely shaped marine platforms.

ok, so the question is very complex, with a lot of fancy words..

the new field centers on smth and smth to:

1. alter

2. redirect

3. or dissipate

weather systems.

next, we have an example how

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blueseas wrote:

The emerging field of architectural climatology centers on the potential of as-yet-undeveloped architecture and landscaping to alter, redirect, or dissipate weather systems; for instance, hurricanes prevented from forming by artificial "reefs" of precisely shaped marine platforms.

ok, so the question is very complex, with a lot of fancy words..

the new field centers on smth and smth to:

1. alter

2. redirect

3. or dissipate

weather systems.

next, we have an example how

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Expression= (x−a)^2+(x−b)^2 = 2x^2 - 2ax -2bx +a^2 + b^2

For extreme values of expression, d/dx(expression) =0

Differentiating,

d/dx(expression) = 4x -2a -2b = 0

or, 4x= 2a+2b = 4a+8[putting values of b=a+4]

Therefore, x= a+2

It can be ascertained that this extreme value is minimum as d^2/dx^2(expression) = 4 (positive)

Note: Differentiation is not tested on the GMAT, but following little information helps

1. d/dx(constant) = 0

2. d/dx(x^n) = n * x^(n-1)

3. d/dx(c*x) = c

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Expression= (x−a)^2+(x−b)^2 = 2x^2 - 2ax -2bx +a^2 + b^2

For extreme values of expression, d/dx(expression) =0

Differentiating,

d/dx(expression) = 4x -2a -2b = 0

or, 4x= 2a+2b = 4a+8[putting values of b=a+4]

Therefore, x= a+2

It can be ascertained that this extreme value is minimum as d^2/dx^2(expression) = 4 (positive)

Note: Differentiation is not tested on the GMAT, but following little information helps

1. d/dx(constant) = 0

2. d/dx(x^n) = n * x^(n-1)

3. d/dx(c*x) = c

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Quick comparison of Interview invites for Yale SOM

Interesting. Obviously a pretty small N, but I find the shift in applicants interesting. Compared to last cycle, more applied in R1 and fewer in R2, but with a fairly similar number of applicants overall (presumably, some members add their info late).

I wonder if folks who would have been R2 applicants instead applied in R1, in response to SOM's rise.

For us R2 applicants who were invited to interview, the lower R2 Invited to Interview number

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Quick comparison of Interview invites for Yale SOM

Interesting. Obviously a pretty small N, but I find the shift in applicants interesting. Compared to last cycle, more applied in R1 and fewer in R2, but with a fairly similar number of applicants overall (presumably, some members add their info late).

I wonder if folks who would have been R2 applicants instead applied in R1, in response to SOM's rise.

For us R2 applicants who were invited to interview, the lower R2 Invited to Interview number

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Yas2017 wrote:

I interviewed a few days ago. I've had better, wasn't bad, but wasnt amazing. Any idea on how much the interview matters? Losing sleep here.. Any guidance or tips appreciated.

Some people are of the opinion that they do not matter at all: http://poetsandquants.com/2014/10/07/ho ... terview/4/

What do

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Yas2017 wrote:

I interviewed a few days ago. I've had better, wasn't bad, but wasnt amazing. Any idea on how much the interview matters? Losing sleep here.. Any guidance or tips appreciated.

Some people are of the opinion that they do not matter at all: http://poetsandquants.com/2014/10/07/ho ... terview/4/

What do

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A) 7

B) 12

C) 19

D) 26

E) 39

*Kudos for all correct solutions

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A) 7

B) 12

C) 19

D) 26

E) 39

*Kudos for all correct solutions]]>

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A) x is odd

B) x < y

C) 3y < 20x

D) x < 3

E) y < 8

*kudos for all correct solutions

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A) x is odd

B) x < y

C) 3y < 20x

D) x < 3

E) y < 8

*kudos for all correct solutions]]>

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Is d ≠ e ?

(1) d > e + 1

(2) d < e + 2

Target question: Is d ≠ e ?

This is a good candidate forrephrasing the target question .

If d = e, then we can say that d - e = 0

Likewise, if d ≠ e then we can say that d - e ≠ 0

REPHRASED target question: Is d - e ≠ 0 ?

Statement 1: d > e + 1

Subtract e from both sides to get: d - e > 1

If d - e is GREATER THAN 1, we can be certain that d - e will NEVER EQUAL ZERO.

In other words,d - e ≠ 0

Since we can answer the REPHRASED

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Is d ≠ e ?

(1) d > e + 1

(2) d < e + 2

Target question: Is d ≠ e ?

This is a good candidate forrephrasing the target question .

If d = e, then we can say that d - e = 0

Likewise, if d ≠ e then we can say that d - e ≠ 0

REPHRASED target question: Is d - e ≠ 0 ?

Statement 1: d > e + 1

Subtract e from both sides to get: d - e > 1

If d - e is GREATER THAN 1, we can be certain that d - e will NEVER EQUAL ZERO.

In other words,d - e ≠ 0

Since we can answer the REPHRASED

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nailin16 wrote:

The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like accidents caused by faulty wiring,

has increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.(entire sentence underlined)

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like accidents caused by faulty wiring,

has increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like those caused by faulty

ased significantlyhas increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.(entire sentence underlined)

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like accidents caused by faulty wiring,

has increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like those caused by faulty

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nailin16 wrote:

The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like accidents caused by faulty wiring,

has increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.(entire sentence underlined)

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like accidents caused by faulty wiring,

has increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like those caused by faulty

ased significantlyhas increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.(entire sentence underlined)

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like accidents caused by faulty wiring,

has increased significantly since regulations on manufacturing have been relaxed.

• The amount of car accidents caused by faulty brakes, like those caused by faulty

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Is y – z < x – z?

(1) y lies between x and z.

(2) z < x < 0

Target question: Is y – z < x – z?

This is a good candidate forrephrasing the target question.

Takey – z < x – z and add z to both sides to get:y < x .

So,......

REPHRASED target question: Is y < x?

Statement 1: y lies between x and z.

BE CAREFUL, we cannot conclude thatx < y < z , because it could also be the case thatz < y < x

In both cases, y lies between x and z on the number

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Is y – z < x – z?

(1) y lies between x and z.

(2) z < x < 0

Target question: Is y – z < x – z?

This is a good candidate forrephrasing the target question.

Takey – z < x – z and add z to both sides to get:y < x .

So,......

REPHRASED target question: Is y < x?

Statement 1: y lies between x and z.

BE CAREFUL, we cannot conclude thatx < y < z , because it could also be the case thatz < y < x

In both cases, y lies between x and z on the number

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Your reasoning is correct, but I would like to mention a few things to tell why option A is correct.

The question states that "The procedure has been found to greatly improve hearing". This means that the procedure only improves hearing so they already were able to hear. Hence A is correct.

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Your reasoning is correct, but I would like to mention a few things to tell why option A is correct.

The question states that "The procedure has been found to greatly improve hearing". This means that the procedure only improves hearing so they already were able to hear. Hence A is correct.]]>

That's only if we have not already considered it as the ding [emoji23]...

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I second that!!! lol

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That's only if we have not already considered it as the ding [emoji23]...

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I second that!!! lol]]>

I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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Quick Comparison of interview invites for TUCK

Nice stat. But we will have to wait till end of january round (whatever the final date is) to fully appreciate the numbers.

But yes they do seem slow this year inviting candidates for interviews

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Quick Comparison of interview invites for TUCK

Nice stat. But we will have to wait till end of january round (whatever the final date is) to fully appreciate the numbers.

But yes they do seem slow this year inviting candidates for interviews]]>

Anyone interviewed by Ally in Round 2 and still waiting for a decision?

I was interviewed by Jamie in round 2, still no decision.

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Anyone interviewed by Ally in Round 2 and still waiting for a decision?

I was interviewed by Jamie in round 2, still no decision.]]>

I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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I feel answer to be B .

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I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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I have been researching various websites to understand the path which is right for me.

I completed BA Marketing and Advertising from Lancaster University in 2014 with a first class honors. I am currently working. Also I will be appearing for GMAT in March.

I want to continue my education in marketing and its related fields but should I go for an MBA or other masters options that are available as I have 2 years of work experience? Will it be a good option to go for marketing analytics

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May any admission consultants,

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May any admission consultants,

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Hi, everyone

I have been preparing for Gmat test for almost 2 months now (Starting on the 1st of January) and took the real GMAT first time on February 14th and scored 590 Q42 V29. Although I have improved tremendously from my first CAT mock test, I still could not reach my goal score of 650. I plan to retake the test again on 20th of March to meet my dream school's 4th round application deadline on 7th of April. Sadly, I feel like I am stuck at the same score range of +/- 600 over and over again.

Here

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Hi, everyone

I have been preparing for Gmat test for almost 2 months now (Starting on the 1st of January) and took the real GMAT first time on February 14th and scored 590 Q42 V29. Although I have improved tremendously from my first CAT mock test, I still could not reach my goal score of 650. I plan to retake the test again on 20th of March to meet my dream school's 4th round application deadline on 7th of April. Sadly, I feel like I am stuck at the same score range of +/- 600 over and over again.

Here

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Indeed, we used to have a concentration in Innovation and Technology but now our 4th concentration is called Business Analytics. Not to worry, we have not gotten rid of our Technology and Innovation courses! They were simply moved under other concentrations. A good example of that is the course called "Strategy and Innovation", which can be found under the Global Strategy & Leadership concentration.

Our program is constantly innovating and as you know, big data is

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Indeed, we used to have a concentration in Innovation and Technology but now our 4th concentration is called Business Analytics. Not to worry, we have not gotten rid of our Technology and Innovation courses! They were simply moved under other concentrations. A good example of that is the course called "Strategy and Innovation", which can be found under the Global Strategy & Leadership concentration.

Our program is constantly innovating and as you know, big data is

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1 cm = x mtr ; 1mtr =1/x cm

on map area L/x * B/ x = 48 ; LxB=12 given

x = .5

Hence A alone also sufficient

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1 cm = x mtr ; 1mtr =1/x cm

on map area L/x * B/ x = 48 ; LxB=12 given

x = .5

Hence A alone also sufficient]]>

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Broadcaster: Our radio station has a responsibility to serve the public interest' Hence, when our critics contend that our recent expose of events in the private lives of local celebrities was excessively intrusive, we can only reply that the overwhelming public interest in these matters makes it our responsibility to publicize them.

Which one of the following is a flaw in the broadcaster's defense of the radio station's practice?

(A) assuming without argument that there is a right to privacy.

(B)

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Broadcaster: Our radio station has a responsibility to serve the public interest' Hence, when our critics contend that our recent expose of events in the private lives of local celebrities was excessively intrusive, we can only reply that the overwhelming public interest in these matters makes it our responsibility to publicize them.

Which one of the following is a flaw in the broadcaster's defense of the radio station's practice?

(A) assuming without argument that there is a right to privacy.

(B)

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Nearly unrivaled in their biological diversity,coral reefs provide a host of benefits that includes the supply of protein for people, protecting shorelines , and they contain biochemical sources for new life-saving medicines.

A.coral reefs provide a host of benefits that includes the supply of protein for people, protecting shorelines,

B.coral reefs provide a host of benefits: they supply people with protein, they protect the shorelines,

C.coral reefs provide a host of benefits that include

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Nearly unrivaled in their biological diversity,coral reefs provide a host of benefits that includes the supply of protein for people, protecting shorelines , and they contain biochemical sources for new life-saving medicines.

A.coral reefs provide a host of benefits that includes the supply of protein for people, protecting shorelines,

B.coral reefs provide a host of benefits: they supply people with protein, they protect the shorelines,

C.coral reefs provide a host of benefits that include

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Is x < y ?

(1) x^2 - y^2 < 0

(2) -x - y < 0

(1) \(x^2 < y^2 \iff |x| < |y|\)

We have \(3^2 < 5^2 \implies 3 < 5\)

However \(3^2 < (-5)^2 \implies 3 > - 5\).

Hence, insufficient.

(2) \(-x-y < 0 \implies x+y > 0\)

If x=5, y=2 then \(x+y>0\) and \(x>y\)

If x=-2, y=5 then \(x+y>0\) and \(x<y\).

Hence, insufficient.

Combine (1) and (2):

\((2) \implies x+y > 0\)

\((1) \implies (x-y)(x+y) < 0 \implies x-y < 0 \implies x<y\). Sufficient

The

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Is x < y ?

(1) x^2 - y^2 < 0

(2) -x - y < 0

(1) \(x^2 < y^2 \iff |x| < |y|\)

We have \(3^2 < 5^2 \implies 3 < 5\)

However \(3^2 < (-5)^2 \implies 3 > - 5\).

Hence, insufficient.

(2) \(-x-y < 0 \implies x+y > 0\)

If x=5, y=2 then \(x+y>0\) and \(x>y\)

If x=-2, y=5 then \(x+y>0\) and \(x<y\).

Hence, insufficient.

Combine (1) and (2):

\((2) \implies x+y > 0\)

\((1) \implies (x-y)(x+y) < 0 \implies x-y < 0 \implies x<y\). Sufficient

The

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Amardeep Sharma wrote:

Australian embryologists have found evidence that suggests that the elephant is descended from an aquatic animal, and its trunk originally evolved as a kind of snorkel.

(a)..

(b) that has suggested the elephant descended from an aquatic animal, its trunk originally evolving

(c)suggesting that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal with its trunk originally evolving

(d) to suggest that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal

inally evolving (a)..

(b) that has suggested the elephant descended from an aquatic animal, its trunk originally evolving

(c)suggesting that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal with its trunk originally evolving

(d) to suggest that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal

(e) to suggest

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Amardeep Sharma wrote:

Australian embryologists have found evidence that suggests that the elephant is descended from an aquatic animal, and its trunk originally evolved as a kind of snorkel.

(a)..

(b) that has suggested the elephant descended from an aquatic animal, its trunk originally evolving

(c)suggesting that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal with its trunk originally evolving

(d) to suggest that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal

inally evolving (a)..

(b) that has suggested the elephant descended from an aquatic animal, its trunk originally evolving

(c)suggesting that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal with its trunk originally evolving

(d) to suggest that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal

(e) to suggest

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Is x = y ?

(1) x + y = 100

(2) \((x − 50)^2 = (y − 50)^2\)

Kindly help me understand where am I going wrong here?

For (2)

(x-50)^2=(y-50)^2

or, (x-50)^2-(y-50)^2=0

or, (x-50+y-50) (x-50-y+50)=0

or, (x+y-100)(x-y)=0

so, either x=y or x=100-y.

From (1) & (2) X=100-y. Suff (C).

Where am I going wrong?

Please Help!!

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Is x = y ?

(1) x + y = 100

(2) \((x − 50)^2 = (y − 50)^2\)

Kindly help me understand where am I going wrong here?

For (2)

(x-50)^2=(y-50)^2

or, (x-50)^2-(y-50)^2=0

or, (x-50+y-50) (x-50-y+50)=0

or, (x+y-100)(x-y)=0

so, either x=y or x=100-y.

From (1) & (2) X=100-y. Suff (C).

Where am I going wrong?

Please Help!!]]>

bhavesh1991 wrote:

I was getting a call from a singapore number that I traced back to Nanyang (through Google search). I tried calling back there was no response and the mailbox was full.

Did you hear back from them today ? Any email ?

None. Tried calling both the numbers - went straight to a full voice mailbox.

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bhavesh1991 wrote:

I was getting a call from a singapore number that I traced back to Nanyang (through Google search). I tried calling back there was no response and the mailbox was full.

Did you hear back from them today ? Any email ?

None. Tried calling both the numbers - went straight to a full voice mailbox.]]>

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It should be C ...How is it B? How come "Challenges which includes" be correct? Or is it that the presentation included 'the threat....' ?Please someone clarify

i think keeping both included and among is redundant. Anyways i am notgonna agree wit og answer. my choice is E

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It should be C ...How is it B? How come "Challenges which includes" be correct? Or is it that the presentation included 'the threat....' ?Please someone clarify

i think keeping both included and among is redundant. Anyways i am notgonna agree wit og answer. my choice is E]]>

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