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consisting is not an adjective A VERBing such as consisting can serve as an adjective. The OA includes the following phrase: a highly cooperative and organized society consisting almost entirely of females . Here, consisting is an adjective serving to modify society . What KIND of society? A societ...
Yellow jackets number among the 900 or so species of the worldï¿½s social wasps, wasps living in a highly cooperative and organized society where they consist almost entirely of femalesï¿½the queen and her sterile female workers. A. wasps living in a highly cooperative and organized society where t...
Hi Mitch, First of all, your posts are very lucid and i enjoy learning from them. According to me ,here in the question of intricate structure With refers to "the intricate structure of the compound insect eye" ,which is the subject. Do you think the below sentence would be correct assuming the ref...
Firstly, thank you very much for your reply. You mentioned here that "with" is modifying the entire clause "The intricate structure of the compound insect eye", meaning that the "structure" is having "hundreds of eyes". However, the OG explanation says: "The phrase with its hundreds correctly refer...
Which in option E should refer to the noun immediately before it.So it refers to the code which makes sense.
Please correct me
The numbers could be 8+2+2 or 4+5+3 etc.How can we be sure whether the numbers would be the same?
- by vardhankirti
Tue Apr 28, 2015 1:44 am
- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Are all of the numbers in a certain list of 15 numbers equal
- Replies: 7
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Suppose we have 7 numbers arranged in increasing order. 4,5,6,7,8,9,10---- The median would be (first term + last term)/2 i.e 7 in this case. Similarly in the question we are provided with median as 84 that would mean if a is the smallest length and 4a+14 is the largest then (a+4a+14)/2=84-----gives...
Thank you for the prompt response.I was talking in general.for complex sentences I find it difficult to pin point the premise and the conclusion.Since this is the basic I thought I should post it here to get help.
I am referring MGMAT material and OG#13
I am finding difficulty in finding the premise and the conclusion of an argument.Could you please help me tune this?
Great explanation.I could not catch the point "To MAXIMIZE the length of the longest piece, we must MINIMIZE the lengths of all of the other pieces". If we minimise the value of the length(X) of the smallest rope then 4*X would also be minimum right.?
Looking forward for the clarification
Thanks for the prompt response.I have already messaged Sorin regarding this issue.Would be glad if you could just put a word to him so that i can start with the prep asap..
Hi there.I have enrolled for the 60 day study guide but i am not getting mails.Spam setting looks fine.Please help.My email is email@example.com