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Tomorrow is the big day - at 12:15PM I will sit my exam. A big thank you to everyone on these boards, your help has been amazing!
I will debrief tomorrow evening.
Here is a nice little good luck Chinese proverb that my brother sent me.
Sorry, I just figured it out just after I pressed submit.
Here is my solution:
[spoiler]A * 1/X = 1/Y
A = (1/Y) / (1/X)
A = X / Y[/spoiler]
The probability of pulling a black ball out of a glass jar is 1/X. The probability of pulling a black ball out of a glass jar and breaking the jar is 1/Y. What is the probability of breaking the jar?
I read the explanations in the above link, but am still confused as to why the answer is not E.
The explanation states:
This is not making sense. What does this explanation mean?E: Had been. See, use had/had been when you actually need it.
Thanks for the input, I have heard good things about that book. Unfortunately, I cannot get my hands on a copy.
I am more interested in learning how people study for this section of the exam than anything. Does anyone have a unique study strategy they would like to share with the community?
I am having a lot of trouble studying the sentence correction - it seems that I am running in circles. I have been teaching myself the mechanics but I feel like I am getting nowhere. Even with regular practice I do not get any more comfortable with the questions. How does everyone structure their st...
Sorry if this sounds somewhat elementary, but I am having trouble figuring out how this document works. Could someone lend and tell me how the document is structured?
I have been making a lot of really careless mistakes lately, and I mean really careless. Things like 5 * 6 = 36 or just changing a number halfway through a problem by accident.
It would be great if people could share some of their methods for avoiding such elementary mistakes.
I have solved this problem, but wrong. Could someone please tell me where I have gone wrong in my solution? Thanks so much! :) The table above gives the type and number of pets owned by a group of 48 households that own only cats and dogs. If the ratio of the total number of cats to the total number...
Question: If 4 men working at the same rate can do 2/3 of a job in 40 minutes, how many minutes would it take 1 man working at this rate to do 2/5 of the job? Answers: 80, 88, 92, 96, 112 How would you tackle this problem? Below is how I solved it, but I feel like there is an easier way to do this p...