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#### Jamal received a financial aid package of \(\$8000\) that consisted of loans and grants. If one-fourth of the loan money

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##### Jamal received a financial aid package of \(\$8000\) that consisted of loans and grants. If one-fourth of the loan money

Jamal received a financial aid package of \(\$8000\) that consisted of loans and grants. If one-fourth of the loan money and three-fifths of the grant money were designated for personal living expenses, which amounted to \(\$2875\), how much money did Jamal receive in loans? A. \(6000\) B. \(5500\) ...

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Sat Jun 22, 2024 9:06 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Jamal received a financial aid package of \(\$8000\) that consisted of loans and grants. If one-fourth of the loan money
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#### If the total price for n copies of a book is \(\$31.50\), what is the price per copy of the book?

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##### If the total price for n copies of a book is \(\$31.50\), what is the price per copy of the book?

If the total price for n copies of a book is \(\$31.50\), what is the price per copy of the book? 1) If twice as many copies were bought for the same total price, the price per copy would be \(\$1.75\). 2) If 4 fewer copies were bought for the same total price, the price per copy would be \(\$2.80\)...

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Sat Jun 22, 2024 8:46 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If the total price for n copies of a book is \(\$31.50\), what is the price per copy of the book?
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##### Which of the following statements can be inferred from the graph?

2017-10-22_1724.png Which of the following statements can be inferred from the graph? I. The NATO countries have higher incomes than the Warsaw Pact countries. II. Worldwide military expenditures have increased each year between 1964 and 1971. III. In 1972 worldwide military expenditures were more ...

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Sat Jun 22, 2024 8:35 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Which of the following statements can be inferred from the graph?
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#### What is the distance, in units, of a line segment that connects the origin to the coordinate point \((–2, –3)?\)

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##### What is the distance, in units, of a line segment that connects the origin to the coordinate point \((–2, –3)?\)

What is the distance, in units, of a line segment that connects the origin to the coordinate point \((–2, –3)?\)

A. \(\sqrt{5}\)

B. \(\sqrt{13}\)

C. \(5\)

D. \(8.94\)

E. \(13.42\)

OA B

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Thu Jun 13, 2024 4:53 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: What is the distance, in units, of a line segment that connects the origin to the coordinate point \((–2, –3)?\)
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#### In the \(xy\)-plane, the coordinates of two vertexes of a parallelogram are \((3,8)\) and \((3,12).\) What are the

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##### In the \(xy\)-plane, the coordinates of two vertexes of a parallelogram are \((3,8)\) and \((3,12).\) What are the

In the \(xy\)-plane, the coordinates of two vertexes of a parallelogram are \((3,8)\) and \((3,12).\) What are the coordinates of the fourth vertex?

1. The coordinates of the third vertex are \((6,9)\)

2. The coordinates of the fourth vertex are positive

OA E

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Thu Jun 13, 2024 4:47 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: In the \(xy\)-plane, the coordinates of two vertexes of a parallelogram are \((3,8)\) and \((3,12).\) What are the
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#### In a rectangular coordinate system, what is the area of a rhombus whose vertices have the coordinates \((0, 3.5),\)

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##### In a rectangular coordinate system, what is the area of a rhombus whose vertices have the coordinates \((0, 3.5),\)

In a rectangular coordinate system, what is the area of a rhombus whose vertices have the coordinates \((0, 3.5), (8, 0), (0, -3.5), (-8, 0)?\)

A. \(56\)

B. \(88\)

C. \(112\)

D. \(116\)

E. \(120\)

OA A

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Thu Jun 13, 2024 4:36 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: In a rectangular coordinate system, what is the area of a rhombus whose vertices have the coordinates \((0, 3.5),\)
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#### The total number of active members in a college fraternity is \(25/2\) percent higher this year than last year. How many

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##### The total number of active members in a college fraternity is \(25/2\) percent higher this year than last year. How many

The total number of active members in a college fraternity is \(25/2\) percent higher this year than last year. How many active members does the fraternity have this year? 1) Last year, \(23\) members of the fraternity graduated. 2) Last year, there were \(56\) active members in the fraternity. OA B

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Thu Jun 06, 2024 6:03 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: The total number of active members in a college fraternity is \(25/2\) percent higher this year than last year. How many
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#### In a drawer of shirts, \(8\) are blue, \(6\) are green, and \(4\) are magenta. If Mason draws \(2\) shirts at random

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##### In a drawer of shirts, \(8\) are blue, \(6\) are green, and \(4\) are magenta. If Mason draws \(2\) shirts at random

In a drawer of shirts, \(8\) are blue, \(6\) are green, and \(4\) are magenta. If Mason draws \(2\) shirts at random, what is the probability that at least one of the shirts he draws will be blue?

A. \(25/153\)

B. \(28/153\)

C. \(5/17\)

D. \(4/9\)

E. \(12/17\)

OA E

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Thu Jun 06, 2024 5:50 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: In a drawer of shirts, \(8\) are blue, \(6\) are green, and \(4\) are magenta. If Mason draws \(2\) shirts at random
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#### A man sold only red and blue balloons on only small and large sizes. If he sold a total of \(108\) balloons, how many

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##### A man sold only red and blue balloons on only small and large sizes. If he sold a total of \(108\) balloons, how many

A man sold only red and blue balloons on only small and large sizes. If he sold a total of \(108\) balloons, how many were small red balloons?

1. He sold \(35\) large balloons

2. He sold \(25\) small blue balloons

OA C

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Thu Jun 06, 2024 5:33 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A man sold only red and blue balloons on only small and large sizes. If he sold a total of \(108\) balloons, how many
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#### A carnival card game gives the contestant a one in three probability of successfully choosing the right card and

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##### A carnival card game gives the contestant a one in three probability of successfully choosing the right card and

A carnival card game gives the contestant a one in three probability of successfully choosing the right card and thereby winning the game. If a contestant plays the game repeatedly, what is the minimum number of times that he must play the game so that the probability that he never loses is less tha...

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Thu Jun 06, 2024 5:24 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A carnival card game gives the contestant a one in three probability of successfully choosing the right card and
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#### If \(m\) and \(n\) are positive integers, what is the remainder when \(m^2 - n^2\) is divided by \(10?\)

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##### If \(m\) and \(n\) are positive integers, what is the remainder when \(m^2 - n^2\) is divided by \(10?\)

If \(m\) and \(n\) are positive integers, what is the remainder when \(m^2 - n^2\) is divided by \(10?\)

1) The remainder when m is divided by \(10\) is \(3\)

2) The remainder when n is divided by \(10\) is \(3\)

OA C

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Fri May 31, 2024 2:05 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If \(m\) and \(n\) are positive integers, what is the remainder when \(m^2 - n^2\) is divided by \(10?\)
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#### People standing in a straight line are wearing alternating colored shirts. The pattern of shirts begins with red, follow

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##### People standing in a straight line are wearing alternating colored shirts. The pattern of shirts begins with red, follow

People standing in a straight line are wearing alternating colored shirts. The pattern of shirts begins with red, followed by green, blue, and yellow. This pattern continues (red, green, blue, and yellow) until it ends with a blue shirt. If there are more than \(4\) people in line, which of the foll...

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Fri May 31, 2024 1:54 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: People standing in a straight line are wearing alternating colored shirts. The pattern of shirts begins with red, follow
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#### A lottery winner from State \(F\) must match, in any order, \(6\) balls randomly chosen from a single pool of balls

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##### A lottery winner from State \(F\) must match, in any order, \(6\) balls randomly chosen from a single pool of balls

A lottery winner from State \(F\) must match, in any order, \(6\) balls randomly chosen from a single pool of balls numbered from \(1\) to \(50.\) A lottery winner from State \(G\) must match, in any order, \(5\) balls randomly chosen from a first pool of balls numbered from \(1\) to \(50\) AND a “m...

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Fri May 24, 2024 5:38 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A lottery winner from State \(F\) must match, in any order, \(6\) balls randomly chosen from a single pool of balls
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#### Each dinner at Restaurant \(X\) includes a pair of side dishes, which a customer chooses by selecting any one side

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##### Each dinner at Restaurant \(X\) includes a pair of side dishes, which a customer chooses by selecting any one side

Each dinner at Restaurant \(X\) includes a pair of side dishes, which a customer chooses by selecting any one side dish from list \(A\) and any one side dish from list \(B.\) There are a total of \(18\) possible pairs of side dishes, and no side dish appears on both lists. If there are fewer side di...

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Fri May 24, 2024 5:27 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Each dinner at Restaurant \(X\) includes a pair of side dishes, which a customer chooses by selecting any one side
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#### A certain restaurant offers \(8\) different salads, \(5\) different main courses, \(6\) different desserts. If customers

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##### A certain restaurant offers \(8\) different salads, \(5\) different main courses, \(6\) different desserts. If customers

A certain restaurant offers \(8\) different salads, \(5\) different main courses, \(6\) different desserts. If customers choose one salad, one main course and two different desserts for their meal, how many different meals are possible?

A. \(120\)

B. \(240\)

C. \(480\)

D. \(600\)

E. \(1200\)

OA D

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Fri May 24, 2024 5:17 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A certain restaurant offers \(8\) different salads, \(5\) different main courses, \(6\) different desserts. If customers
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