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Re: Users' Self Made Questions  [#permalink]

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New post 11 Jul 2018, 23:55
Bunuel wrote:
lfc wrote:
1) Clearly not sufficient.

2) Gives me the following equations \(A=3B, B=A-1\). On solving I get the number of cakes for A as \(3/2\)

Doubt Since the number of cakes has to be an integer, and 2) gives me a non-integer answer, should the answer be E or B?

PS: This is a self made question, made it to clarify this doubt, can such questions show up on the GMAT?


No, you won't get such question on the tests. If a variable must be an integer then it will be an integer. So, the answer to your question is none of the options, it's flawed by GMAT standards.

P.S. Please post self-made questions here only: Thank you.


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Napoleon sent two corps from the french town Lille to capture the city  [#permalink]

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Napoleon sent two corps from the french town Lille to capture the city of Brussels. First corps’ (consisted of cavalry) average speed was 40 km/h and had to rest every 30 minutes to feed horses. After 2 hours and 40 minutes when the first corps resumed the march, they were 20 km far from Brussels. What was the average speed of the second corps, if they marched restless and reached Brussels after 4 hours?

A) 25 km/h
B) 30 km/h
C) 35 km/h
D) 40 km/h
E) 45 km/h


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