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Re: City Councilor: Claims of voter fraud in last years election by my opponent are tenuous as best. These claims are ba

City Counselor is trying to negate the opponents claims. Opponents claims are based on a small survey. The best way to strengthen City Counselor claim is to undermine the survey results or opponents inferred results from survey. B does that by sharing a conflicting claim out of same survey results.


Re: Study Plan Suggestion for V25 - V42 [640 to 750 + ]

Hi Milind, First, congratulations on taking your first step. 640 is a great score to begin with. I have been in the exact same situation, and based on my experience, I believe Official guides and Manhattan preps are a great source. I would start with Manhattan Prep before indulging with OG. BTG Foru...

by bubbliiiiiiii

Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:51 am
Forum: Sentence Correction
Topic: Study Plan Suggestion for V25 - V42 [640 to 750 + ]
Replies: 1
Views: 169

Re: She explained she both wants a large house in the city, so that she can make visits the museums regularly, and also

She explained she both wants a large house in the city, so that she can make visits the museums regularly, and also a cottage in the mountains, to which she can go on free weekends. A) both wants a large house in the city, so that she can make visits the museums regularly, and also a cottage in the ...


Violent robberies are a result of envy-ness. Visualizing envyness as a bell curve peaking between 10-20% and then declining. => Violent robberies at peak between 10-20% and then decline. Baltria is transitioning from 10%-20%. For violent robbery rate to decline in Baltria, Economy should either belo...


Odd * odd = odd.

Simplify the equation using (a+b)(a-b) = a^2 - b^2.


Speed in 3rd mile = 30 mph. => d = 30 mph * 5/60 = 2.5 miles

by bubbliiiiiiii

Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:17 pm
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: A certain car increased its average speed by 5 miles per
Replies: 2
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n(AUB) = n(A) + n(B) - n(AnB)

32 = 17 + x - 9 => x = 24

n(b) only = n(b) - n(anb) = 15

by bubbliiiiiiii

Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:13 pm
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: An electrical supplies store sells 32 different lawnmowers.
Replies: 2
Views: 286

Question compares Oreal owls with other similar sized owls, and mentions that they have higher rangers owing to scarcity of food. Scarcity => search of food over a larger area.

B clearly helps explain this by stating that scarcity is the only cause for higher ranges.

Hope it helps.


Hi, Could someone help to explain this one, as "most of them..." serves as modifier for the noun "planets", is it reasonable to understand "which" in choice D is used to "planets" instead of "Jupiter"? Thank for helping me! Nope. 'Which' always refers to the *immediately* preceding noun. Jupiter in...

by bubbliiiiiiii

Mon Oct 03, 2016 9:03 pm
Forum: Sentence Correction
Topic: Astronomers and Massive Planets
Replies: 13
Views: 3893

GMAT material up for sale/distribution

Hi Guys,

I have official GMAT guides for sale (for those who can afford ) and I am willing to distribute the same for free to those who are needy. Interested candidates please inbox me.

by bubbliiiiiiii

Sat Mar 12, 2016 10:29 pm
Forum: The GMAT Avengers Study Group
Topic: GMAT material up for sale/distribution
Replies: 0
Views: 1031

Guys .. I have found official guides OG13 and blue and green supplement question guides. There is more material available. Interested candidates IM me. Please be honest with yourself on whether you really need this or let another needy guy avail this benefit. I will be giving the guides on first com...

by bubbliiiiiiii

Fri Jan 08, 2016 5:29 am
Forum: The GMAT Avengers Study Group
Topic: Donate GMAT study material
Replies: 11
Views: 3617

As you've certainly gathered by now, the hell of combinatorics is trying to keep track of what you may have overcounted! One way to avoid this, I think, is to be as neat as you can about the groups, as I did in my first solution. This keeps you from having to do too much division, and makes things ...

by bubbliiiiiiii

Tue Sep 08, 2015 3:10 am
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: MGMAT CAT Probability and Combinatronics
Replies: 13
Views: 3241

Hi Matt,

Thanks for the correction.

Mistake I did was to divide it by 4! rather than 4.

Regards,
Pranay

by bubbliiiiiiii

Tue Sep 08, 2015 3:08 am
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: MGMAT CAT Probability and Combinatronics
Replies: 13
Views: 3241

Hi All, Thanks for responses having alternate approaches. My approach was this: Probability = #Favourable outcomes/#Total outcomes => Combinations having atleast one pair/Total no. of combinations. Combinations having atleast one pair I calculated as under: There 12 cards in all (1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 5B,...

by bubbliiiiiiii

Tue Sep 08, 2015 2:50 am
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: MGMAT CAT Probability and Combinatronics
Replies: 13
Views: 3241

MGMAT CAT Probability and Combinatronics

Bill has a set of 6 black cards and a set of 6 red cards. Each card has a number from 1 through 6, such that each of the numbers 1 through 6 appears on 1 black card and 1 red card. Bill likes to play a game in which he shuffles all 12 cards, turns over 4 cards, and looks for pairs of cards that have...

by bubbliiiiiiii

Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:16 pm
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: MGMAT CAT Probability and Combinatronics
Replies: 13
Views: 3241