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#### Kim and Sue each bought some roses and some daisies at the prices show above. If Kim bought the same total number of

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##### Kim and Sue each bought some roses and some daisies at the prices show above. If Kim bought the same total number of

Source: Official Guide 2018.OG.06.339.q.jpg Kim and Sue each bought some roses and some daisies at the prices shown above. If Kim bought the same total number of roses and daisies as Sue, was the price of Kim's purchase of roses and daisies higher than the price of Sue's purchase of roses and daisi...

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Sat Oct 08, 2022 5:55 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Kim and Sue each bought some roses and some daisies at the prices show above. If Kim bought the same total number of
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#### A scientist recorded the number of eggs in each of \(10\) birds' nests. What was the standard deviation of the number of

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##### A scientist recorded the number of eggs in each of \(10\) birds' nests. What was the standard deviation of the number of

Source: Official Guide A scientist recorded the number of eggs in each of \(10\) birds' nests. What was the standard deviation of the number of eggs in the \(10\) nests? 1) The average (arithmetic mean) number of eggs for the \(10\) nests was \(4\) 2) Each of \(10\) nests contained the same number ...

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Sat Oct 08, 2022 5:50 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A scientist recorded the number of eggs in each of \(10\) birds' nests. What was the standard deviation of the number of
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#### Jennifer can buy watches at a price of B dollars per watch, which she marks up by a certain percentage before selling.

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##### Jennifer can buy watches at a price of B dollars per watch, which she marks up by a certain percentage before selling.

Source: Magoosh Jennifer can buy watches at a price of B dollars per watch, which she marks up by a certain percentage before selling. If she makes a total profit of T by selling N watches, then in terms of B and T and N, what is the percent of markup from her buy price to her sell price? A. \(\dfr...

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Sat Oct 08, 2022 5:45 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Jennifer can buy watches at a price of B dollars per watch, which she marks up by a certain percentage before selling.
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#### In the game of Dubblefud, red chips, blue chips and green chips are each worth \(2, 4\) and \(5\) points respectively.

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##### In the game of Dubblefud, red chips, blue chips and green chips are each worth \(2, 4\) and \(5\) points respectively.

Source: Magoosh In the game Dubblefud, red chips, blue chips and green chips are each worth in \(2, 4\) and \(5\) points respectively. In a certain selection of chips, the product of the point values is \(16,000.\) If the number of blue chips in this selection equals the number of green chips, how ...

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Sat Oct 08, 2022 5:35 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: In the game of Dubblefud, red chips, blue chips and green chips are each worth \(2, 4\) and \(5\) points respectively.
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#### At a business school conference with \(100\) attendees, are there any students of the same age (rounded to the nearest

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##### At a business school conference with \(100\) attendees, are there any students of the same age (rounded to the nearest

**Source: GMAT Prep**

At a business school conference with \(100\) attendees, are there any students (rounded to nearest year) who attend the same school?

1) The range of ages of the participants is \(22\) to \(30\), inclusive

2) Participants represent \(10\) business school

The OA is C

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Thu Jul 28, 2022 3:53 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: At a business school conference with \(100\) attendees, are there any students of the same age (rounded to the nearest
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#### Before expansion, a zoo had \(343\) birds in \(7\) cages. If, after the expansion was complete, there were \(719\) birds

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##### Before expansion, a zoo had \(343\) birds in \(7\) cages. If, after the expansion was complete, there were \(719\) birds

Source: Princeton Review Before expansion, a zoo had \(343\) birds in \(7\) cages. If, after the expansion was complete, there were \(719\) birds in \(11\) cages, what was the approximate percent increase in the average number of birds per cage? A. \(11\%\) B. \(15\%\) C. \(24\%\) D. \(33\%\) E. \(...

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Thu Jul 28, 2022 3:42 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Before expansion, a zoo had \(343\) birds in \(7\) cages. If, after the expansion was complete, there were \(719\) birds
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#### Johnny travels a total of one hour to and from school. On the way there he jogs at \(5\) miles per hour and on the

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##### Johnny travels a total of one hour to and from school. On the way there he jogs at \(5\) miles per hour and on the

Source: Princeton Review Johnny travels a total of one hour to and from school. On the way there he jogs at \(5\) miles per hour and on the return trip he gets picked up by the bus and returns home at \(20\) miles per hour. How far is it from the school? A. \(2\) miles B. \(4\) miles C. \(4.8\) mil...

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Thu Jul 28, 2022 3:35 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Johnny travels a total of one hour to and from school. On the way there he jogs at \(5\) miles per hour and on the
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#### If Mary and Sue enter a \(750\) meter swimming competition in which Mary gives Sue a \(2\) minute headstart, will Mary

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##### If Mary and Sue enter a \(750\) meter swimming competition in which Mary gives Sue a \(2\) minute headstart, will Mary

Source: Veritas Prep If Mary and Sue enter a \(750\) meter swimming competition in which Mary gives Sue a \(2\) minute headstart, will Mary overtake Sue over the course of the race? 1) Mary swims at a constant rate greater than \(1.5\) meters per second 2) Sue swims at a constant rate less than \(1...

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Sat Jul 23, 2022 8:29 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If Mary and Sue enter a \(750\) meter swimming competition in which Mary gives Sue a \(2\) minute headstart, will Mary
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#### When ticktes to a popular concert went on sale, a group of five friends collectively purchased a total of \(30\) tickets

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##### When ticktes to a popular concert went on sale, a group of five friends collectively purchased a total of \(30\) tickets

Source: Veritas Prep When tickets to a popular concert went on sale, a group of five friends collectively purchased a total of \(30\) tickets. If no two friends purchased the same number of tickets, did any one friend purchase at least nine tickets? 1) Among the five friends, the median number of t...

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Sat Jul 23, 2022 8:22 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: When ticktes to a popular concert went on sale, a group of five friends collectively purchased a total of \(30\) tickets
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#### In a certain month, a pizzeria sold \(75\) pizzas in the first week, twice as many in the second week as in the first,

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##### In a certain month, a pizzeria sold \(75\) pizzas in the first week, twice as many in the second week as in the first,

Source: Princeton Review In a certain month, a pizzeria sold \(75\) pizzas in the first week, twice as many as in the second week as in the first, two-thirds more in the third week than in the first, and three-fifths as many in the fourth week as in the second. What is the average number, per week,...

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Sat Jul 23, 2022 8:07 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: In a certain month, a pizzeria sold \(75\) pizzas in the first week, twice as many in the second week as in the first,
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#### If a golfer scores an average (arithmetic mean) of \(p\) points per round of golf for \(r\) rounds, and then scores

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##### If a golfer scores an average (arithmetic mean) of \(p\) points per round of golf for \(r\) rounds, and then scores

Source: Princeton Review If a golfer scores an average (arithmetic mean) of \(p\) points per round of golf for \(r\) rounds, and then scores \(q\) points in his next round, which of the following is an expression for the golfer's average score for the \((r+1)\) rounds of golf? A. \(\dfrac{pr+q}{r+1...

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Sat Jul 23, 2022 8:01 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: If a golfer scores an average (arithmetic mean) of \(p\) points per round of golf for \(r\) rounds, and then scores
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#### A certain taxi fare consists of an initial charge of \(\$1.25\) and an additional charge of \(\$0.25\) for each

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##### A certain taxi fare consists of an initial charge of \(\$1.25\) and an additional charge of \(\$0.25\) for each

Source: GMAT Paper Tests A certain taxi fare consists of an initial charge of \(\$1.25\) and an additional charge of \(\$0.25\) for each \(\dfrac{1}{5}\) mile traveled. What is the total fare for a trip of \(2.4\) miles? A. \(\$4.25\) B. \(\$3.00\) C. \(\$2.25\) D. \(\$1.85\) E. \(\$1.75\) The OA i...

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Fri Jul 08, 2022 7:59 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A certain taxi fare consists of an initial charge of \(\$1.25\) and an additional charge of \(\$0.25\) for each
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#### If Jake loses \(8\) pounds, he will weigh twice as much as his sister. Together they now weigh \(278\) pounds. What is

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##### If Jake loses \(8\) pounds, he will weigh twice as much as his sister. Together they now weigh \(278\) pounds. What is

**Source: GMAT Paper Tests**

If Jake loses \(8\) pounds, he will weigh twice as much as his sister. Together they now weigh \(278\) pounds. What is Jake's present weight, in pounds?

A. \(131\)

B. \(135\)

C. \(139\)

D. \(147\)

E. \(188\)

The OA is E

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Fri Jul 08, 2022 7:54 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: If Jake loses \(8\) pounds, he will weigh twice as much as his sister. Together they now weigh \(278\) pounds. What is
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#### The table above shows the morning schedule for train X . If Juan took train X on Monday morning, did he arrive at

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##### The table above shows the morning schedule for train X . If Juan took train X on Monday morning, did he arrive at

Source: GMAT Prep train.jpg The table above shows the morning schedule for train X . If Juan took train X on Monday morning, did he arrive at station T on schedule? 1) Juan arrived at station T on Monday morning 1 hour and 2 minutes after he left station S. 2) Juan arrived at his office at 8:30 (ES...

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Sat Jul 02, 2022 12:40 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: The table above shows the morning schedule for train X . If Juan took train X on Monday morning, did he arrive at
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#### Steven has run a certain number of laps around a track at an average (arithmetic mean) time per lap of 51 seconds. If he

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##### Steven has run a certain number of laps around a track at an average (arithmetic mean) time per lap of 51 seconds. If he

Source: Princeton Review Steven has run a certain number of laps around a track at an average (arithmetic mean) time per lap of 51 seconds. If he runs one additional lap in 39 seconds and reduces his average time per lap to 49 seconds, how many laps did he run at an average time per lap of 51 secon...

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Sat Jul 02, 2022 12:18 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Steven has run a certain number of laps around a track at an average (arithmetic mean) time per lap of 51 seconds. If he
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