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24 Mar 2019, 21:31
Sandeepanisha  The above given two questions are very similar and I have solved them using two different methods  algebra and assuming a number. You can do both using both methods. I encourage you to try.
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Thanks Karishma,I will Source of questionRandom material VeritasKarishma wrote: Sandeepanisha  The above given two questions are very similar and I have solved them using two different methods  algebra and assuming a number. You can do both using both methods. I encourage you to try.



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gmat1393 wrote: Done.
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Hi Karishma, (ratio) Donuts of r pounds are made by sugars of p pounds. Because there are no sugars, substitutions of t pounds per sugar of 1 pound are used to make donuts. How many pounds of substitutions are used to make donut of 1 pound in terms of p, r, and t? A) tp/r B.) tr/p C) t/pr D.) r/tp E pr/t



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Car A drives from M to N at a constant rate of 50 miles per hour and after 1hour starting car A, car B drives from N to M at a constant rate of 60 miles per hour. If the distance between M and N is 490 miles, then when they meet, what is the distance that moved by car A, in miles? A. 200miles B. 220miles C. 240miles D. 250miles E. 260miles



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indu1954 wrote: Hi Karishma, (ratio) Donuts of r pounds are made by sugars of p pounds. Because there are no sugars, substitutions of t pounds per sugar of 1 pound are used to make donuts. How many pounds of substitutions are used to make donut of 1 pound in terms of p, r, and t? A) tp/r B.) tr/p C) t/pr D.) r/tp E pr/t Hey indu1954, Please send me the link of the actual question or put up a screenshot. It is difficult to guess the actual meaning of the question if one rewrites it in their own words. Thanks. 1 pound sugar = t pounds substitute p pound sugar = tp pounds substitute Donuts r pounds  need sugar p pounds (= substitute tp pounds) Donuts 1 pound  need substitute tp/r pounds Answer (A)
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indu1954 wrote: Car A drives from M to N at a constant rate of 50 miles per hour and after 1hour starting car A, car B drives from N to M at a constant rate of 60 miles per hour. If the distance between M and N is 490 miles, then when they meet, what is the distance that moved by car A, in miles? A. 200miles B. 220miles C. 240miles D. 250miles E. 260miles In 1 hr, car A travels 50 miles. Now distance between car A and car B is 490  50 = 440 miles This distance is covered by both together car A at 50 mph and car B at 60 mph When they meet, time taken = 440/(50 + 60) = 4 hrs In 4 hrs, car A would have traveled = 50 *4 = 200 miles In all, car A traveled 200 + 50 = 250 miles
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Here are a couple of posts on relative speed (the concept on which above question is based): https://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2012/0 ... elatively/https://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2012/0 ... concepts/
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A jogger and walker traveled in the same direction along the equal route at their constant speed rates of 10 km per hour and 6 km per hour, respectively. After 10 minutes the jogger passed the walker, the jogger reaches a certain fountain, how many minutes it takes the walker to reach the fountain? A. 5 min B. 6 min C. 6 and 2/3 min D. 10 min E. 15 min



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*(probability) 4 traffic lights A, B, C, D have red light. If the probabilities that the red lights of A, B, C, and D hold are 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, and 0.8, respectively, what is the probability that a car passes by A and D and stops B and C, approximately? A. 4% B. 7% C. 10% D. 15% E. 40%



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Hi, Need Help to Solve this problem, /(set) Of 250 students in a certain class, 80 students learn English and 96 students learn French. When the number of students who learn neither English nor French is 3 times the number of students who learn both English and French, what is the number of students who learn both English and French?
A. 37 B. 36 C. 39 D. 42 E. 45



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sandeepansiha121 wrote: Hi, Need Help to Solve this problem, /(set) Of 250 students in a certain class, 80 students learn English and 96 students learn French. When the number of students who learn neither English nor French is 3 times the number of students who learn both English and French, what is the number of students who learn both English and French?
A. 37 B. 36 C. 39 D. 42 E. 45 Hello sandeepansiha121 please check the diagram Attachment:
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Now let's form the equation> Total students= StudentsFrench + StudentsOnly English + (Students neither French, nor English) 250 = 96 + (80x) + 3x x= 37 (A)



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indu1954 wrote: A jogger and walker traveled in the same direction along the equal route at their constant speed rates of 10 km per hour and 6 km per hour, respectively. After 10 minutes the jogger passed the walker, the jogger reaches a certain fountain, how many minutes it takes the walker to reach the fountain? A. 5 min B. 6 min C. 6 and 2/3 min D. 10 min E. 15 min Ratio of speed of jogger & walker = 10:6 Time taken to travel same distance for jogger & walker = 6:10 = 3:5 This 3 corresponds to 10 so multiplier is 10/3. So actual value of 5 is 5*10/3 = 50/3 mins
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indu1954 wrote: *(probability) 4 traffic lights A, B, C, D have red light. If the probabilities that the red lights of A, B, C, and D hold are 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, and 0.8, respectively, what is the probability that a car passes by A and D and stops B and C, approximately? A. 4% B. 7% C. 10% D. 15% E. 40% Please send me the link or screenshot of the actual question.
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sandeepansiha121 wrote: Hi, Need Help to Solve this problem, /(set) Of 250 students in a certain class, 80 students learn English and 96 students learn French. When the number of students who learn neither English nor French is 3 times the number of students who learn both English and French, what is the number of students who learn both English and French?
A. 37 B. 36 C. 39 D. 42 E. 45 Hey sandeepansiha121, Total = n(A) + n(B)  Both + Neither Assuming, number of people who learn Both = x, number of people who learn Neither = 3x 250 = 80 + 96  x + 3x x = 37 Answer (A)
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In the xyplane is the slope of line k equal to 0?
(1) The xintercept of k is 0. (2) The yintercept of k is 0



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Sandeepanisha wrote: In the xyplane is the slope of line k equal to 0?
(1) The xintercept of k is 0. (2) The yintercept of k is 0 What is the source of this question? It is not very high quality. Each statement independently tells us that the line passes through (0, 0). So the line can be any line with non zero slope passing through the origin or it can be the x axis itself. But what would we consider the x intercept of x axis? Please send a screenshot of the question and official solution.
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Sandeepanisha wrote: Hey Sandeepanisha, I am not sure what I am missing in your questions but something is not right. The link given above is locked because it is in the wrong forum but I did get to see the question. (Put problem solving questions in PS forum and Data sufficiency questions in DS forum) ABC is a 306090 triangle with sides 5  5*sqrt(3)  10 EDC will be another 306090 but here is the thing  it can have varying area. Say E is very very close to B. Then area of triangle EDC is much smaller than area of ABC. But say length of EC is same as length of AC. Then the two areas will be same. So the difference in the areas will vary. Do put up the official explanation of this question and let me know the source.
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