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#### All \(100\) Cards in a stack are numbered with different integers from \(1\) to \(100\) inclusive. If Christy chooses

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##### All \(100\) Cards in a stack are numbered with different integers from \(1\) to \(100\) inclusive. If Christy chooses

All \(100\) Cards in a stack are numbered with different integers from \(1\) to \(100\) inclusive. If Christy chooses one card at random, replaces it in the stack, and chooses another card at random, what is the probability that the product of the two integer values on the chosen cards is odd? A. \(...

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Sun Aug 11, 2024 5:39 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: All \(100\) Cards in a stack are numbered with different integers from \(1\) to \(100\) inclusive. If Christy chooses
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#### Anne must randomly select one ball from a bag. What is the probability that the ball she selects will be green?

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##### Anne must randomly select one ball from a bag. What is the probability that the ball she selects will be green?

Anne must randomly select one ball from a bag. What is the probability that the ball she selects will be green? 1. If the number of green balls were increased by \(400\%\) without changing the number of other balls, the probability of choosing a green ball would be \(5/11\) 2. The ratio of the numbe...

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Sun Aug 11, 2024 5:29 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Anne must randomly select one ball from a bag. What is the probability that the ball she selects will be green?
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#### If the probability that Brendon, Daniel and Kane score more than or equal to \(700\) on the GMAT is \(0.4, 0.5\) and

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##### If the probability that Brendon, Daniel and Kane score more than or equal to \(700\) on the GMAT is \(0.4, 0.5\) and

If the probability that Brendon, Daniel and Kane score more than or equal to \(700\) on the GMAT is \(0.4, 0.5\) and \(0.6\) respectively, what is the probability that at least \(2\) of them score less than \(700?\)

A. \(0.12\)

B. \(0.38\)

C. \(0.40\)

D. \(0.50\)

E. \(0.60\)

The OA is D

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sun Aug 11, 2024 5:21 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: If the probability that Brendon, Daniel and Kane score more than or equal to \(700\) on the GMAT is \(0.4, 0.5\) and
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#### A box contains only red chips, green chips and blue chips. If a chip is randomly selected from the box, what is the

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##### A box contains only red chips, green chips and blue chips. If a chip is randomly selected from the box, what is the

A box contains only red chips, green chips and blue chips. If a chip is randomly selected from the box, what is the probability that the chip is either red or green?

1. The probability of selecting green chip is \(1/3\)

2. The Probability of selecting a blue chip is \(1/7\)

The OA is B

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Sun Aug 11, 2024 5:09 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A box contains only red chips, green chips and blue chips. If a chip is randomly selected from the box, what is the
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#### If a \(20-\)sided die, numbered with consecutive integers from \(1-20,\) is rolled twice, what is the probability of get

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##### If a \(20-\)sided die, numbered with consecutive integers from \(1-20,\) is rolled twice, what is the probability of get

If a \(20-\)sided die, numbered with consecutive integers from \(1-20,\) is rolled twice, what is the probability of getting a number greater than ten on each roll?

A. \(4/25\)

B. \(14/95\)

C. \(1/4\)

D. \(81/400\)

E. \(81/95\)

The OA is C

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sun Aug 11, 2024 5:03 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: If a \(20-\)sided die, numbered with consecutive integers from \(1-20,\) is rolled twice, what is the probability of get
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#### Adam, Bill, and Chris simultaneously start from City \(A\) to City \(B.\) Adam reaches City \(B\) first, then turns back

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##### Adam, Bill, and Chris simultaneously start from City \(A\) to City \(B.\) Adam reaches City \(B\) first, then turns back

Adam, Bill, and Chris simultaneously start from City \(A\) to City \(B.\) Adam reaches City \(B\) first, then turns back and meets Bill at a distance of \(9\) miles from City \(B.\) When Bill reaches City \(B,\) he too turns back and meets Chris at a distance of \(7\) miles from City \(B.\) If three...

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Fri Aug 02, 2024 2:13 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Adam, Bill, and Chris simultaneously start from City \(A\) to City \(B.\) Adam reaches City \(B\) first, then turns back
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##### What percent of the boys and girls in a certain class own a bicycle?

What percent of the boys and girls in a certain class own a bicycle?

1. One-third of the boys in the class own a bicycle

2. Two-thirds of the girls in the class own a bicycle

The OA is E

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Fri Aug 02, 2024 2:00 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: What percent of the boys and girls in a certain class own a bicycle?
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#### A train traveled for three hours. In the first hour the train traveled \(86\) miles, which was \(25\%\) farther than

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##### A train traveled for three hours. In the first hour the train traveled \(86\) miles, which was \(25\%\) farther than

A train traveled for three hours. In the first hour the train traveled \(86\) miles, which was \(25\%\) farther than it traveled in the second hour. In the third hour the train traveled at a speed of \(120\) miles per hour for \(20\) minutes. What is the total distance that the train traveled? A. \(...

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Fri Aug 02, 2024 1:46 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A train traveled for three hours. In the first hour the train traveled \(86\) miles, which was \(25\%\) farther than
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#### Every year Taylor goes to the same carnival, and he attempts to shoot a basketball into a small hoop, hoping that he

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##### Every year Taylor goes to the same carnival, and he attempts to shoot a basketball into a small hoop, hoping that he

Every year Taylor goes to the same carnival, and he attempts to shoot a basketball into a small hoop, hoping that he will win a ten-foot tall teddy bear. If the probability that Taylor does not make a basket is \(9/10,\) what is the probability that Taylor makes exactly one basket in three tries? A....

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Wed Jul 31, 2024 7:02 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Every year Taylor goes to the same carnival, and he attempts to shoot a basketball into a small hoop, hoping that he
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##### How many employees are there in Company \(X?\)

How many employees are there in Company \(X?\)

1. If an employee is to be chosen at random from the company, the probability that the employee chosen will be a male is \(4/7\)

2. There are \(10\) more males in the company than females

The OA is C

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Wed Jul 31, 2024 6:53 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: How many employees are there in Company \(X?\)
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#### A literature panel is to select \(4\) panelists from a selection of \(6\) female and \(3\) male experts. What is the

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##### A literature panel is to select \(4\) panelists from a selection of \(6\) female and \(3\) male experts. What is the

A literature panel is to select \(4\) panelists from a selection of \(6\) female and \(3\) male experts. What is the probability that the selected panelists will comprise of exactly \(2\) males?

A. \(4/9\)

B. \(2/5\)

C. \(3/7\)

D. \(1/2\)

E. \(5/14\)

The OA is E

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Wed Jul 31, 2024 6:44 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A literature panel is to select \(4\) panelists from a selection of \(6\) female and \(3\) male experts. What is the
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#### An ice cream shop will make sundaes using any combination of ice cream flavors, including chocolate and vanilla. On a

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##### An ice cream shop will make sundaes using any combination of ice cream flavors, including chocolate and vanilla. On a

An ice cream shop will make sundaes using any combination of ice cream flavors, including chocolate and vanilla. On a certain day, the manager noted that \(80\%\) of the sundaes made included chocolate ice cream and \(20\%\) of the sundaes made included both chocolate and vanilla ice cream. How many...

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Sat Jul 20, 2024 3:40 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: An ice cream shop will make sundaes using any combination of ice cream flavors, including chocolate and vanilla. On a
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#### A pool has sprung a leak and is losing water at a rate of \(5\) milliliters per second. How many liters of water is this

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##### A pool has sprung a leak and is losing water at a rate of \(5\) milliliters per second. How many liters of water is this

A pool has sprung a leak and is losing water at a rate of \(5\) milliliters per second. How many liters of water is this pool losing per hour? (\(1\) liter \(= 1,000\) milliliters)

A. \(3\)

B. \(6\)

C. \(12\)

D. \(18\)

E. \(24\)

The OA is D

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sat Jul 20, 2024 3:32 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A pool has sprung a leak and is losing water at a rate of \(5\) milliliters per second. How many liters of water is this
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#### Each block from bin \(A\) is \(4\) inches tall, while each block from bin \(B\) is \(5\) inches tall. If \(12\) blocks

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##### Each block from bin \(A\) is \(4\) inches tall, while each block from bin \(B\) is \(5\) inches tall. If \(12\) blocks

Each block from bin \(A\) is \(4\) inches tall, while each block from bin \(B\) is \(5\) inches tall. If \(12\) blocks are stacked on each other, including a blocks from bin \(A\) and \(B\) blocks from bin \(B,\) into a single column, is \(a > b?\) 1. \(b > 5\) 2. The height of the column is less th...

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Sat Jul 20, 2024 3:20 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Each block from bin \(A\) is \(4\) inches tall, while each block from bin \(B\) is \(5\) inches tall. If \(12\) blocks
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#### For any \(3\) given numbers, which of the following is always equivalent to adding the \(3\) numbers together and then

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##### For any \(3\) given numbers, which of the following is always equivalent to adding the \(3\) numbers together and then

For any \(3\) given numbers, which of the following is always equivalent to adding the \(3\) numbers together and then dividing the sum by \(3?\) I. Ordering the \(3\) numbers numerically, from highest to lowest, and then selecting the middle number. II. Dividing each of the numbers by \(3\) and the...

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Sat Jul 20, 2024 3:09 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: For any \(3\) given numbers, which of the following is always equivalent to adding the \(3\) numbers together and then
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