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# Seems a straightforward problem but I am not sure about the

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Seems a straightforward problem but I am not sure about the correct approach to it
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Re: PS - GMATPrep (2(10)^35) [#permalink]

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03 May 2007, 06:01
nick_sun wrote:
Seems a straightforward problem but I am not sure about the correct approach to it

(1/5)^m(1/4)^18 = 1/(2x10^35)
(1/5^m) (1/2^36) = 1/(2x(2x5)^35) = 1/(2^36 x 5^35)

m = 35

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Re: PS - GMATPrep (2(10)^35) [#permalink]

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03 May 2007, 06:32
kirakira wrote:
nick_sun wrote:
Seems a straightforward problem but I am not sure about the correct approach to it

(1/5)^m(1/4)^18 = 1/(2x10^35)
(1/5^m) (1/2^36) = 1/(2x(2x5)^35) = 1/(2^36 x 5^35)

m = 35

thanks again! you have a clear mind

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04 May 2007, 11:16
It confused me for a sec, but now it makes sense. Thanks

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