Variables in the Answer Choices—Part I:

by on August 31st, 2015

Most Problem Solving questions on the GMAT have numbers for the answer choices. This, however, isn’t always the case. A common question type on the GMAT features variables in the answer choices, and these questions test your ability to transform word problems into algebraic expressions.

In this video, we’ll examine two strategies for approaching this popular question type.

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Once you’ve watched the video lesson, try answering these two related practice questions:

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