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#### What is the minimum area of cardboard required to make a rectangular box with no top?

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##### What is the minimum area of cardboard required to make a rectangular box with no top?

What is the minimum area of cardboard required to make a rectangular box with no top?

1) The area of the bottom of the box is \(23\) square feet

2) The volume of the box is \(23\) cubic feet

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Thu Feb 22, 2024 5:57 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: What is the minimum area of cardboard required to make a rectangular box with no top?
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#### In the figure above, \(JKLMN\) is a regular pentagon. Find the measure of \(\angle{KQL}\)

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##### In the figure above, \(JKLMN\) is a regular pentagon. Find the measure of \(\angle{KQL}\)

In the figure above, \(JKLMN\) is a regular pentagon. Find the measure of \(\angle{KQL}\)

A. \(45\)

B. \(48\)

C. \(51\)

D. \(54\)

E. \(60\)

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Thu Feb 22, 2024 5:46 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: In the figure above, \(JKLMN\) is a regular pentagon. Find the measure of \(\angle{KQL}\)
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#### Two tanget circles \(A\) and \(B\) have radii \(r1\) and \(r2,\) respectively. What is the distance between their

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##### Two tanget circles \(A\) and \(B\) have radii \(r1\) and \(r2,\) respectively. What is the distance between their

Two circles \(A\) and \(B\) have radii \(r1\) and \(r2,\) respectively. What is the distance between their centers?

1) \(r1=3\,\text{inches}\)

2) \(r2=5\,\text{inches}\)

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Thu Feb 22, 2024 5:32 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Two tanget circles \(A\) and \(B\) have radii \(r1\) and \(r2,\) respectively. What is the distance between their
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#### There is a square filed of \(500\,\text{m}\) long each. It has a compound wall along its perimeter. At one of its

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##### There is a square filed of \(500\,\text{m}\) long each. It has a compound wall along its perimeter. At one of its

There is a square field of side \(500\,\text{m}\) long each. It has a compound wall along its perimeter. At one of its corners, a triangular area of the field is to be cordoned off by erecting a straight-line fence. The compound wall and the fence will form its borders. If the length of the fence is...

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Thu Feb 22, 2024 5:26 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: There is a square filed of \(500\,\text{m}\) long each. It has a compound wall along its perimeter. At one of its
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#### A comics bookstore has comics of only Superman, Batman and Flash. What percent of all comics in the store is on Batman?

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##### A comics bookstore has comics of only Superman, Batman and Flash. What percent of all comics in the store is on Batman?

A comics bookstore has comics of only Superman, Batman and Flash. What percent of all comics in the store is on Batman?

1) The ratio of the number comics of Flash, Batman, and Superman, in the library, is \(2{:}7{:}5\)

2) There are \(14\) Batman comics in the library

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Sat Feb 17, 2024 1:00 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A comics bookstore has comics of only Superman, Batman and Flash. What percent of all comics in the store is on Batman?
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#### The number line above shows the position of a point that has coordinate \(x.\) Which of the following statements about

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##### The number line above shows the position of a point that has coordinate \(x.\) Which of the following statements about

The number line above shows the position of a point that has coordinate x. Which of the following statements about x must be true?

I. \(2 < x < 4\)

II. \(- x < - 3\)

III. \(0 < 2x - 3 < 1\)

A. I only

B. II only

C. III only

D. I and II

E. I and III

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Sat Feb 17, 2024 12:45 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: The number line above shows the position of a point that has coordinate \(x.\) Which of the following statements about
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#### During \(1996, 17,500\) patients were admitted to Warehall Hospital, and exactly one sixth of these patients were

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##### During \(1996, 17,500\) patients were admitted to Warehall Hospital, and exactly one sixth of these patients were

During \(1996, 17,500\) patients were admitted to Warehall Hospital, and exactly one sixth of these patients were discharged within one day. Of those patients discharged within one hour, one fourth were seen by only one doctor. How many patients during \(1996\) were seen by only one doctor? 1) Of th...

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Sat Feb 17, 2024 12:32 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: During \(1996, 17,500\) patients were admitted to Warehall Hospital, and exactly one sixth of these patients were
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#### If a rational number \(r\) satisfies \(0 < r < 1,\) which one is the minimum among the following choices?

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##### If a rational number \(r\) satisfies \(0 < r < 1,\) which one is the minimum among the following choices?

If a rational number \(r\) satisfies \(0 < r < 1,\) which one is the minimum among the following choices?

A. \(r\)

B. \(-r\)

C. \(\dfrac{-1}{r}\)

D. \(-r^2\)

E. \(\dfrac{-1}{r^2}\)

OA E

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Sat Feb 17, 2024 12:16 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: If a rational number \(r\) satisfies \(0 < r < 1,\) which one is the minimum among the following choices?
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#### The probability that \(B\) can shoot a target two out of two times is \(0.25.\) What is the probability that the target

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##### The probability that \(B\) can shoot a target two out of two times is \(0.25.\) What is the probability that the target

The probability that \(B\) can shoot a target two out of two times is \(0.25.\) What is the probability that the target will be missed by \(B\) immediately after such two shots?

A. \(0.25\)

B. \(0.5\)

C. \(0.75\)

D. \(0.4\)

E. \(0.8\)

OA B

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Thu Feb 08, 2024 5:26 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: The probability that \(B\) can shoot a target two out of two times is \(0.25.\) What is the probability that the target
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#### From a group of \(6\) boys and \(6\) girls a volleyball team of \(6\) players is to be selected. What is the probability

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##### From a group of \(6\) boys and \(6\) girls a volleyball team of \(6\) players is to be selected. What is the probability

From a group of \(6\) boys and \(6\) girls a volleyball team of \(6\) players is to be selected. What is the probability that the team consists of \(4\) boys and \(2\) girls?

A. \(\dfrac{5}{33}\)

B. \(\dfrac{225}{308}\)

C. \(\dfrac{5}{22}\)

D. \(\dfrac{225}{311}\)

E. \(\dfrac{75}{308}\)

OA E

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Thu Feb 08, 2024 5:14 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: From a group of \(6\) boys and \(6\) girls a volleyball team of \(6\) players is to be selected. What is the probability
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#### Initially, how many black chips are in a box containing only red chips and black chips, all identical except for color?

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##### Initially, how many black chips are in a box containing only red chips and black chips, all identical except for color?

Initially, how many black chips are in a box containing only red chips and black chips, all identical except for color? 1) Initially, the ratio of red chips to black chips in the box is \(3/25\) 2) If \(12\) red chips and \(80\) black chips are removed from the box, the probability of randomly drawi...

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Thu Feb 08, 2024 5:05 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Initially, how many black chips are in a box containing only red chips and black chips, all identical except for color?
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#### Two students \(A\) and \(B\) participate in Physics and Chemistry exams. Each exam subject has \(6\) different exam code

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##### Two students \(A\) and \(B\) participate in Physics and Chemistry exams. Each exam subject has \(6\) different exam code

Two students \(A\) and \(B\) participate in Physics and Chemistry exams. Each exam subject has \(6\) different exam codes and two exam subjects have their own different exam codes. In each exam subject, each student receives a random exam code. What is the probability that \(A\) and \(B\) receive th...

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Thu Feb 08, 2024 4:59 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Two students \(A\) and \(B\) participate in Physics and Chemistry exams. Each exam subject has \(6\) different exam code
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#### Steve traveled the first \(2\) hours of his journey at \(40\,\text{mph}\) and the last \(3\) hours of his journey at

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##### Steve traveled the first \(2\) hours of his journey at \(40\,\text{mph}\) and the last \(3\) hours of his journey at

Steve traveled the first \(2\) hours of his journey at \(40\,\text{mph}\) and the last \(3\) hours of his journey at \(80\,\text{mph}.\) What is his average speed of travel for the entire journey? A. \(53.33\,\text{mph}\) B. \(56.67\,\text{mph}\) C. \(60\,\text{mph}\) D. \(64\,\text{mph}\) E. \(66.6...

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Fri Feb 02, 2024 6:17 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Steve traveled the first \(2\) hours of his journey at \(40\,\text{mph}\) and the last \(3\) hours of his journey at
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#### In a car race between \(A\) and \(B\) over a distance of \(60\) miles, \(B\) gives an hour lead to \(A.\) If \(A\)

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##### In a car race between \(A\) and \(B\) over a distance of \(60\) miles, \(B\) gives an hour lead to \(A.\) If \(A\)

In a car race between \(A\) and \(B\) over a distance of \(60\) miles, \(B\) gives an hour lead to \(A.\) If \(A\) finishes the race in \(4\) hours assuming both \(A\) and \(B\) travel at a constant speed, how much time does \(B\) take? 1. \(B\) crosses \(A\) in exactly one hour 2. \(B\) finishes th...

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Fri Feb 02, 2024 6:10 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: In a car race between \(A\) and \(B\) over a distance of \(60\) miles, \(B\) gives an hour lead to \(A.\) If \(A\)
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#### Tom and Jerry are running on the same road towards each other. If Tom is running at a speed of \(2.5\) meters per second

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##### Tom and Jerry are running on the same road towards each other. If Tom is running at a speed of \(2.5\) meters per second

Tom and Jerry are running on the same road towards each other. If Tom is running at a speed of \(2.5\) meters per second and Jerry is running \(36\%\) slower, how much time will it take them to meet if the initial distance between the two is \(50\) meters and Tom started running \(20\) seconds befor...

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Fri Feb 02, 2024 6:00 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Tom and Jerry are running on the same road towards each other. If Tom is running at a speed of \(2.5\) meters per second
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