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Thanks so much gabriel and Eric. This community has been really great. You guys do a great job in helping so many people.
Will let u know how things go with the admission process
Hi Well its done. Just came back from the exam ( just a few hrs back), had lunch and a drink and would like to share my experience. About the exam itself - Quant - way way way more easy than what we study on the forum and the diff practice tests. I was focused thro most of the section then close to ...
Hi Amy Thanks so much for your reply. A question about extracurriculars. What can you include as extracurriculars ? In the last 5 years I have arranged many team building activities in various parts of the world, done some amazing things including trekking the Himalayas, white water rafting in Siber...
Ans is (5-1) factorial = 24 exp below Circular permutations There are two cases of circular-permutations:- (a) If clockwise and anti clock-wise orders are different, then total number of circular-permutations is given by (n-1)! (b) If clock-wise and anti-clock-wise orders are taken as not different,...
I did this slightly diff
I just used the equation -
15x + 25y = 21(x+y)
when we solve we get the ratio of y:x = 3/2
so we know they sold more sweaters than shirts
my ans was C
if u assume no of people addending the fund rasing is x and the fee per person is y
each statement gives u one quation with 2 vairable. So together u can solve the equations. (2 equations 2 vairables)
Hey pls confirm the ans
My ans is E
If x is positive and y is negative xy < 0
also if z is positive xyz <0 but z can be between x and z or it can be greater than z.
note - here u need to consider only the absolute distance.
pls confirm the ans
my ans is E, pls confirm
here is the soln
1/a + 1/b + 1/c =
bc+ ac+ab / abc
since u know the value of abc but cannot find the value of the numerator ans is E
i would also go with b since k is not divisible by any odd number greater than 1, k has to be a multiple of 2 (since it is given it is greater than 1) it cannot be D as u can have a number e.g 2^6 * 3 which will be divisible by 2^6 but it cannot be equal to 2^r as it contains an odd number. pls conf...
Hello Amy and Stacy First of all I would like to thank you for contributing your time to the forum. It is always interesting and helpful to read your opinions. I have a couple of questions regarding my application. 1)Is it better to highlight ones interests and extracurricular activities in the resu...