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Is it really worth it to shell a $1K for the in-class Manhattan GMAT prep?
OR should I save a few hundreds and sign up for the Manhattan GMAT online prep??.....
Please share your honest thoughts if you've had any experience with the Manhattan Online prep or in-class prep.
Does anyone have the question grid for the Official GMAT Guide 11th ed?
OR know where I can obtain a copy?
thanks a lot!
Can someone please clarify how to solve this problem with 2 mins:
For any integer k from 1 to 10, inclusive, the kth of a certain sequence is given by [(-1)^(k+1)]*(1 / 2^k). If T is the sum of the first 10 terms of the sequence, then T is:
logitech wrote:This is an approximation question, hope this helps.