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There is a 10% chance that it won't snow all winter long. There is a 20% chance that schools will not be closed all winter long. What is the greatest possible probability that it will snow and schools will be closed during the winter? (A) 55% (B) 60% (C) 70% (D) 72% (E) 80% OA: E need an approach to...
For a prime number k, there is no factor p such that 1<p<k
so f(3)= 1,2 hence 2
f(5)=1,2,3,4 hence 4 and so on
thus the f(p) would always be p-1
Thanks!!gmatguy16 wrote:imo e,
a and b are not sufficient,even together they are not sufficient....
a=5,b=5 and c=5 ...in that case ab/c=5
a=1,b=1 and c=1 in that case ab/c=1
It is not specified any mutual exclusion in the Question. The employee of one prj can be a part of another project tooo..... I would go for E. by the way what is the OA??? Here overlap does not matter, just the number of employees that are assigned For ex even if there are just 20 employees, the as...
In B, I don't think "it" unambiguously refers to a noun. In such sentences 'it' need not have a pronoun reference Following are examples from OG: 1.It is possible that Native Americans originally migrated to the Western hemisphere over a bridge of land that once existed between Siberia and Alaska 2...
This is a OG11 question-102
subject(Beatrix Potter) and verb(capitalized) are too far away--OG prefers the subject and the verb to be as close as possible