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Hi Aniron, Thanks for your interest. that have followed the 12th edition, I decided to shift how I distribute my work from a book to software. You can gain access to all my solutions by using the GMATFix App , meant to be used in conjunction with the Study Guide I have posted online. Even better, if...
- by Patrick_GMATFix
Tue Sep 16, 2014 8:55 am
- Forum: GMAT Strategy
- Topic: GMATFix's Official Guide Companion for OG 13th Edition?
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Hey Adam, I'm sorry there are no free licenses available at this time. You can install the App and just use it freely. You will not be asked to get a license until you've used it for a while. You said "all the access are blocked". Help me understand what you mean; feel free to send me a screenshot b...
Please share what was wrong / how to fix. It would help others who run into a similar problem.
Have you restarted the App? Have you logged in? What happens when you try to play a video? You can report a bug or send feedback via the FEEDBACK button on the App's launch screen.
I've given you access to the free license. Restart the App and hit the LICENSE button to see it.
This looks familiar; I think someone posted this question recently. The answer is C. I go through the question in detail in the full solution below (taken from the GMATFix App).
The answer is D. I go through the question in detail in the full solution below (taken from the GMATFix App).
We know that b is an integer, but c may not be. Statement 1 : If c is an integer, then 4c+2=b is even. 3b+1 is therefore odd and is not divisible by 10. If c is not an integer, we can make 4c+2 anything we want. If b=4c+2=3, then 3b+1 would equal 10 and would be divisible by 10. NOT SUFFICIENT. Stat...
The initial equation corresponds to t = 10xn. To find t, we need xn. Rephrase: what is xn? . Neither statement alone allows us to find this but what about the statements together? Well together the provide two independent linear equations; we can find x from statement (2), then plug that into (1) to...
Number of rotations depends on the ratio of 100 meters distance to the circumference of the wheel. For instance, if 100 = 4*C, it will take 4 rotations to cover the distance. Since we know the total distance, all we need is the circumference. Rephrase: What is the circumference? The answer is A . I ...
We can plug in to solve quickly. Suppose we start with wage=$4 and hours=5, making income $20. If wage increase by 25% to $5, hours will drop to 4, a 20% drop. The answer is B. I go through the question in detail in the full solution below (taken from the GMATFix App ). http://www.gmatfix.com/video_...
The negative exponent is the reciprocal of its positive counterpart. So 2^-3 = (1/2)^3, and (1/2)^-3 = 2^3. So we're really asked to find 2^3 * 4^2 * 16. Notice that they are all powers of 2, so you can put them all in terms of the same base: 2^3 * (2^2)^3 * 2^4. The answer is B. I go through the qu...