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- by javzprobz

Wed Aug 07, 2013 10:17 pm- Forum: Ask a GMAT Prep Now representative
- Topic: 2 Quick Questions
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##### 2 Quick Questions

Hi Brent, I would appreciate it if you answer these two questions. First one: In the video 12 of Integer Properties, you mention one useful rule for divisors. "If jk is a divisor of N, then j is a divisor of N and k is a divisor of N." Just a few days ago, I came across this DS question, w...

- by javzprobz

Wed Aug 07, 2013 8:29 am- Forum: Ask a GMAT Prep Now representative
- Topic: 2 Quick Questions
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- by javzprobz

Sat Jul 27, 2013 11:04 am- Forum: Ask a GMAT Prep Now representative
- Topic: A Few Questions
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##### A Few Questions

Hi Brent, I have a few questions, so I start with the first one. In the video 38 of Integer Properties module, we have a DS q. You don't rule out the first statement because you say 5J should have prime factorization of 5*?*?*?*?, and 3k should have prime factorization of 3*?*?*?*?. And since the fi...

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Thu Jul 25, 2013 12:54 pm- Forum: Ask a GMAT Prep Now representative
- Topic: A Few Questions
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- by javzprobz

Sun Jul 21, 2013 8:08 am- Forum: Ask a GMAT Prep Now representative
- Topic: Video 38 Of RC Module
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##### Video 38 Of RC Module

Hi Brent! I have a quick question regarding the video 38 of RC module. The video is a RC question about cyclists. I think I really understand the somehow quantitative logic that we need in order to solve the question (I'm talking about the part that you explain the scenarios for cyclists involved in...

- by javzprobz

Sun Jul 14, 2013 6:39 am- Forum: Ask a GMAT Prep Now representative
- Topic: Video 38 Of RC Module
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Thank you so much, Brian. Your explanation couldn't get clearer. I just wrote down what you said in my Verbal notebook so that I wouldn't forget it later on. Thanks a lot, again.

- by javzprobz

Fri Jul 05, 2013 1:46 pm- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: OG13 SC Q35 VS. Q72
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First of all, on the OG13, it doesn't say, "age, in which" and "a time, when". It says, "an age in which" and "a time when". Please refer to the mentioned questions on my post. Then, isn't 'an age' also 'a time'? So, if we can say, "an age in which",...

- by javzprobz

Fri Jul 05, 2013 5:59 am- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: OG13 SC Q35 VS. Q72
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##### OG13 SC Q35 VS. Q72

I'm a little bit confused about a grammar point. On OG13 SC section, the question 35 has an answer choice that reads, "earned at at a time in which aviation was still so new....". The OG explanation given for this questions says that the correct pronoun for time is when (not in which)! On ...

- by javzprobz

Thu Jul 04, 2013 11:38 am- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: OG13 SC Q35 VS. Q72
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Actually, your way of solving this question is quite correct ....and after all, it's such a simple question. I don't know why I was trying to sophisticate the problem and came here and asked those stupid embarrassing questions that have nothing to do with this easy question at all

- by javzprobz

Sun Nov 11, 2012 11:05 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: The Orangeade Question ( OG 13 Q60)
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Alex, thank you for posting these great questions today. Don't get me wrong, but this question plus a great explanation of answer of it can easily be found here: http://www.beatthegmat.com/mba/2010/10/03/breaking-down-a-gmatprep-percent-problem Look forward to your other great questions till....ummm...

- by javzprobz

Sat Aug 04, 2012 2:31 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Simplified formula (GMAT PREP 1)
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Hi, Using the combination formula, we will know how many groupings of 2 of these 4 expression we can have:4!/(4-2)!2!=6 So, now, let's see how many of these 6 combinations are of the form of (x^2)-[(by)^2], which is (x+by)(x-by)... (x+y)(x+5y): it's not of the form of (x+by)(x-by), so NO (x+y)(x-y):...

- by javzprobz

Sat Aug 04, 2012 12:47 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Probability that their product (GMAT PREP 1)
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Thank you so much, Dabral. I just checked your fabulous website...and bookmarked it right away. And thank you for that attached image of your explanation too. OK, one more question, the only reason that we don't consider a price more than 60 cents per glass for the second day is because there is no ...

- by javzprobz

Wed Aug 01, 2012 4:13 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: The Orangeade Question ( OG 13 Q60)
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Mitch, thanks for your solution, but I was trying to understand the logic behind this easy question more. I mean, let's say you decide to check this new cloths store in the town today. You end up buying a pair of jeans for $20. Then, the very next day, you go to this cloths store again and decide to...

- by javzprobz

Tue Jul 31, 2012 3:58 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: The Orangeade Question ( OG 13 Q60)
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##### The Orangeade Question ( OG 13 Q60)

Hi everyone, This is question 60 from OG 13 in the problem solving section. On a certain day, orangeade was made by mixing a certain amount of of orange juice with an equal amount of water. On the next day, orangeade was made by mixing the same amount of orange juice with twice the amount of water. ...

- by javzprobz

Tue Jul 31, 2012 2:10 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: The Orangeade Question ( OG 13 Q60)
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