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ashkdooli Newbie | Next Rank: 10 Posts
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i am looking forward to have them ....

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Thanks...a ton........guys......

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These flashcards are great!

I noticed a small typo in the Quants section Page 41 (according to adobe reader).

The text of slide is below -->
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Q: Highest Common Factor (HCF), Lowest Common
Multiple (LCM) - Prime Factorization
(x^r)(y^r) = (xy)^r
(3^3)(4^3) = 12^3 = 1728
Remember: purchase price is not the same as
market value.
Odd numbers have only odd factors.
1. Start by writing each number as product of its prime factors.
2. Write so that each new prime factor begins in same place.
3. Highest Common Factor is found by multiplying all factors
appearing on BOTH lists.
60 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 5
72 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3
HCF = 2 x 2 x 3 = 12
4. Lowest common multiple found by multiplying all factors in
EITHER list.
60 = 2 x 2 x 3 x 5
72 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3
HCF = 2 x 2 x 2 x 3 x 3 x 5 = 360
**********

I believe the 'HCF' towards the bottom of the slide should be 'LCM'.

Keep up the great work

--Ayush

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Hi sayush:

Thanks very much for pointing out the error--I've updated the document just now!

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Hi there,
I am studying for GMAT Test and I found it very usefull to prepare flashcards. This example, which comes from this forum is incredible !

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Thanks a million for the flashcards! They are a big help.

Minor typo: Page 4. "The people in my officer are...", should probably say "office".

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Thanks for pointing out the error--it's been fixed!

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it says, the link should be in the post, right?

Unfortunately it still says:

This file download is available only to members. Register today--it's free! You will see the download link within this post once you've logged on as a registered member.

But I am logged in. I tried with loggin off, deleting my cookies and loggin in again.
What am I doing wrong?

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Right so am starting off my prep. Now because I teach Quant I think I am pretty much done with most of my Quant topics. However, if i were a newbie how could I derive the most out of the flashcards?

What should be my approach?

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Neo2000 wrote:

Right so am starting off my prep. Now because I teach Quant I think I am pretty much done with most of my Quant topics. However, if i were a newbie how could I derive the most out of the flashcards?

What should be my approach?
The flashcards are useful to review on a daily basis, just to get familiar with difficult subjects tested on the GMAT.

However, the most valuable set of flashcards you can create are your own. I would use these flashcards as a model for creating your own set. Whenever you encounter an idea or problem that you think is important to learn, write it onto an index card and review the concept daily.

I am a strong proponent of flashcards and I think that the exercise of making and reviewing them does so much to improve your GMAT performance.

Best of luck!

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it says, the link should be in the post, right?

Unfortunately it still says:

This file download is available only to members. Register today--it's free! You will see the download link within this post once you've logged on as a registered member.

But I am logged in. I tried with loggin off, deleting my cookies and loggin in again.
What am I doing wrong?
This was a bug--should now be fixed!

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