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Answer is D.
I set up 2) incorrectly. Initially I had it as : B = 60K + C. I couldn't solve this equation so I crossed out 2)
I computed the answer to be E, but its not. example: [1,2,3,4] 1. 1 * 4 = positive. CHECK 2. even number of integers. CHECK product of all integers positive? YES but [1,2,-3,4] 1. 1 * 4 = positive. CHECK 2. even number of integers. CHECK product of all integers positive? NO Therefore, E Why is it C?...
Thanks Eric I am ok. I didn't hit anyone thank God, front left bumper is good, but thats about it. Sad thing is that I was SO pumped for this exam. I have been scoring well on my Gmat prep and MGMAT practice exams - I just wanted to get the exam done and over with.. and 10 minutes from the testing c...
When I took the exam, it took like 10 seconds.. you raise your hand, the proctor, sitting behind a glass window, will see you and come with a clean slate of paper. Very quick in my opinion! Iwas going to take the exam again today.. but I got into a car accident (snowed in NJ) on the way to the exam ...
I struggled with CR a LOT. I would not get the concept for the longest time. What I did was the following: Go through CR basics (PR is good for this) Go through a few OG problems Figure out your OG mistakes (if any). READ the explanation carefully Go through more problems Go through CR basics again ...
First time encountering a mixture problem. The formula on the cheat sheet won't work for this example.
Please see attached image. Thanks!!!!
Stacey explained this in another thread. Let me try to find the link!!
- by maxim730
Fri Mar 16, 2007 5:49 am
- Forum: Sentence Correction
- Topic: Diff. between However and Even Though, question# 334, 100SC
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