EricImasogie posted a reply to Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) #5 in the Problem Solving forum
“Thanks guys. I guess the real confusion for me was believing or assuming that the 1 can of concentrate + 3 cans of water was used to actually make 4 cans of orange juice. The problem didn''t state this explicitly but i guess you could assume that 4 cans of orange juice is being made.”
December 18, 2014
EricImasogie posted a new topic called Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) #6 in the Problem Solving forum
“Is this one merely a plug and chug question ? whats the shortcut for this one? (answer is ''D'' btw) http://s3.postimg.org/t6r7pbubz/Screenshot_2014_12_17_23_04_56.jpg”
December 18, 2014
EricImasogie posted a new topic called Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) #5 in the Problem Solving forum
“For the life of me I can''t seem to wrap my head around this question, any short cuts for this one? I''ve tried putting this into a linear equation but to no avail. http://s27.postimg.org/r54xtsn7z/Screenshot_2014_12_17_23_02_48.jpg”
December 18, 2014
EricImasogie posted a new topic called Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) #4 in the Problem Solving forum
“Hey guys, I need your help in understanding this one. for the right side of the equation I read online that essentially you can pull out (2^35)*(5^35) which equates to 10^35 . I am having trouble conceptualizing this because I always thought that (2)(5^35) was equal to 10^35. ...”
December 18, 2014
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December 13, 2014
EricImasogie posted a reply to Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) #3 in the GMAT Math forum
“WOw! thanks Brent! I really didn''t even see it this way, thanks for the guidance! this type of question is designed to frustrate you into using other methods that will lead you no where, but when you break it down like this, it made it a lot easier.”
December 13, 2014
EricImasogie posted a new topic called Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) #3 in the GMAT Math forum
“This question is turning out to be mind numbing. Initially I felt that I could approach this using factorial rules of n!/ r!(n-r)! but I am having a hard time trying to figure out exactly what "r" or "n" is! GEESH!! Can somebody guide me in the right direction? or should I just ...”
December 13, 2014
EricImasogie posted a reply to Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) in the GMAT Math forum
“wow thanks guys! its amazing how one needs varying perspectives just to get through some of these problems. I have been so used to doing these s=d/t problems a certain way that I get sidelined when the GMAT throws a problem requiring a different outlook that requires a creative mode of thinking. ...”
December 12, 2014
EricImasogie posted a new topic called How me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) #2 in the GMAT Math forum
“I got the answer right but I''m not how to solve this question (I guessed). exponent questions like these give me a hard time since they contain a variable set that is + or - another variable set. I typically see problems where perhaps 2^x = 3(2^x) ,which is easier to solve but Im not sure how ...”
December 12, 2014
EricImasogie posted a new topic called Help me solve this GMAT Quant Question (GMATPrep) in the GMAT Math forum
“I have attached the question as an image. I started off by setting both the downstream and upstream equations to each other since they both have the same ''d'' (distance) ( d = s * t ) . http://s30.postimg.org/9k0rktest/Screenshot_2014_12_12_07_24_48.jpg”
December 12, 2014