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I would add to this but rkanthilal did a perfectly good job of addressing the answers. Good work!

Jared

- by sk818020

Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:18 pm- Forum: Critical Reasoning
- Topic: GMATPrep - MUST TRUE Expert help please
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The argument states that despite lower unemployment and increased productivity, the economy is not growing prosperously because the number bankruptcies has gone up and bankruptcy lawyers are busier. The argument assumes that the economy and nothing else directly caused the number of bankruptcies to ...

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Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:12 pm- Forum: Critical Reasoning
- Topic: MGMAT CR problem
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To answer your questions; 1) This is an assumption question. It is asks you to determine what piece of evidence is absent, but must also be true for the conclusion to be true. 2) The argument says that per acre yield of winter wheat will be lower on average than that of spring wheat. The argument al...

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Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:04 pm- Forum: Critical Reasoning
- Topic: winter wheat VERSUS spring wheat
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##### Where to apply?

Hello to all and thank you in advance for any advice you may impart. At this point I'm at a bit a cross roads. I'll post my stats in a second but first I think its important to understand my quandry. I've applied to 3 top 20-30 programs and I think I stand a very respectable change of simply getting...

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Wed Oct 27, 2010 7:47 pm- Forum: Ask an MBA Admissions Consultant
- Topic: Where to apply?
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A) The dean dosen't challenge the student's knowledge of any process. B) The dean does not make a distinction between speech and any other sort of behavior. D) The dean doesn't say anything about motives. E) The dean's argument in no way relies upon the fact that he is the dean. C) This is the answe...

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Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:41 am- Forum: Critical Reasoning
- Topic: student representative
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The question is basically asking if p is a prime number.

1) No number between 31 and 37 is prime, so sufficient.

2) There odd numbers that are prime and not prime, so insufficient.

A

Hope this helps.

Thanks,

Jared

- by sk818020

Fri Oct 08, 2010 5:44 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Number Theory question
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From the question you should be able to determine that the circumstances are only true when a and b are both positive or both negative and that if they are both positive or both negative, then they are in a different quadrants based on whether they are positive or negative. So we must ask ourselves ...

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Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:17 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: is ( -x,y) in the same quadrant.
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My two cents; One important number's property principle to remember, the product of a set of integers will be even if the number of negative numbers in that set is 0 or even. Rephrase this question, is there an even number of negative numbers in the set (or none at all). a. tells us that the first a...

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Fri Sep 03, 2010 4:40 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: a manhattan DS
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The answer is clearly (e). However, isn't this a bad question though? Stmt 1 suggests x = odd. Stmt 2 suggests x = even Aren't the two statements suppose to be consistent? Statement 1 definetly indicates that x must be an odd number. But statemnt two does not. Statement 2 merely says that if you ad...

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Fri Sep 03, 2010 9:01 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If 56<x<66, where x is an integer. x=?
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OA is E? The reason I think so is because; 1) Tells us x must be odd. So x could = 57, 59, 61, 63, or 65. Obviously insufficient. 2) Tells us that x plus 1 is divisible by three. So, x must be 1 less than nubmers divisible by 3. You could also rephrase this to say that when x is divided by three the...

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Fri Sep 03, 2010 4:14 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If 56<x<66, where x is an integer. x=?
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The OA is C. If the sequence is AP, then ans is C.. but the sequence can be AP or GP or HP... so why did we assume the sequence to be AP.. Can somebody explain? Think about the average of anything; Average = (sum of terms/# of terms) The question asks us what the # of terms is. 1) Average = (3124)/...

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Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:20 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Gmat Prep question 1
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Just in case you wanted to see it alebraically; z=zachary w=walter 1) z=2(w-5) We don't know z or w, so (1) is insufficient. 2) w-z<3 We don't know z or w, so (2) is insufficient. (1) and (2), tell us; w-[2(5-w)]<3 w-(10-2w)<3 w-10+2w<3 3w<13 w<(13/3) Thus, 0<w<13/3, we cannot say for sure hold old ...

- by sk818020

Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:29 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: DS- Walter Zachary age problem
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The question tells us; Known factors of; x = 2 * 3, ... y = 2 * 7, ... 105=2*5*7 The question rephrased is; is 5 a factor of x or y. 1) This simply tells us that x has 3^2 as a factor. This does not tell us there is a 5 so it does not answer the question. Insufficient. 2) This tells us y has 5^2 as...

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Tue Aug 24, 2010 7:55 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: OG 12 DS 82
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The question tells us; Known factors of; x = 2 * 3, ... y = 2 * 7, ... 105=2*5*7 The question rephrased is; is 5 a factor of x or y. 1) This simply tells us that x has 3^2 as a factor. This does not tell us there is a 5 so it does not answer the question. Insufficient. 2) This tells us y has 5^2 as ...

- by sk818020

Tue Aug 24, 2010 7:36 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: OG 12 DS 82
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This is a number properties question. As noted above the equation simplifies to 2k+3m=t One important number properties rule is; A multiple of n plus a multiple of n will sum to another multiple of n. Algebraic example, 3x+3y = 3(x+y) 1) k is a multiple of 3. 3m is obviously a multiple of 3 and if k...

- by sk818020

Tue Aug 24, 2010 7:19 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: prime & divisibility
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