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Thanks Nikhil, Tatiana.
I'm glad you guys are here on the forum. If I need more info about Veritas, I will definitely pm you guys.
Hi there folks, I'm glad to see Veritas here. I went through the website and filled out some information, but never heard back :( . I'm currently researching consultants and would love to know if one of the experts here can give me some quick feedback. My Profile : GMAT : 740(Q:49,V:41) AWA : 5 GPA ...
I definitely would recommend Manhattan GMAT cat's. I haven't used any of the other products. But the 6 CATS from MGMAT are great, plus the 2 from powerprep, that should be plenty of good practice. The closest thing to the real GMAT is ofcourse the powerprep, but the MGMAT cats also definitely improv...
John leaves 4 hours after Peter. Also John's 'net speed' is 15mph - 10 mph = 5 mph. In 4 hours, Peter must have traveled, 10 * 4 = 40 miles. After 4 hours John starts with his net speed of 5 mph. So the question is how long does it take for John to cover 40 miles at 5mph. Its 8 hrs. So the ans shoul...
Resources: OG11, Official Review Verbal, Official Review Quant (These are recommended) Manhattan SC book (Great book, plus buying one book gives access to 6 online cat tests!) Kaplan 800 (Okay, CR is good) This website (Rocks, checked it everyday! But don’t spend tooo much time here!) Prep time: 5 w...
Ah the relief. Scored a 740 (Q 49, V 41) today. More coming later.
Thanks to EVERYONE on this forum. This place is awesome !!
Cant seem to get this really easy one. 1> Group of 10 members. 4 French and the rest are Spanish/German. How many ways to choose a 3 member committee, with atleast one French.. My approach (which is wrong Im guessing since it doesnt come up with the OA) 3 spots available, 1 reserved for the French o...
The answer is C.
I had to google this one.
http://www.mathwarehouse.com/geometry/s ... angles.php
Essentially for similar triangles
Ratio of Areas = square ( Ratio of sides )
Here ratio of areas is given as 2, therefore ratio of sides is sqrt(2)
I suppose if a and b are integers then you could assume the 5,12,13 triplet thing.
For the question at hand, like Stuart mentioned, there is not enough information available to solve it.
Oh by the by, Im in CT. (test on the 19th at 8am). One more weekend to go!
Guys, thanks !!
'ritz', I see we have the test on the same date.
- by mmukher
Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:38 pm
- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Divisibility (Remainders): When the pos int x is div by 11,
- Replies: 10
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Still missing something here checking for -6 < 4x-3 < 6 x for (4x - 3) 1 = 1 2 = 5 0 = -3 3 = 9 -1 = -7 -2 = -11 -3 = -16 total x values fit is 3!! what am I missing!!! you were almost there. The question states that x is an integer, so you need to ignore 0. The actual answer was never stated clear...