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Hi Night Reader, I just came across this post. Its quite dis-heartening but do not give up. In every failure lies the root to success and I firmly believe that when the going gets tuff, the tuff gets going. I do agree to Ron's comments. I am not an expert to comment on where you went wrong or what y...
A. What is/are the requirement(s) for a quadrilateral to be a parallelogram?
B. What is/are the requirement(s) for a quadrilateral to be a rhombus?
C. If opposite sides of a quadrilateral are equal, does that make it a parallelogram?
Experts please advise. thanx
Pls find attached question from GMAT Prep. OA after some comments later in the day as I feel the answer is incorrect in software.
Thanks Payal for the detailed reply. I have used e-gmat course and even completed same with all the quizzes and various level qualifying exercises. It really helps one build on concepts and test them under timed conditions. To add to Payal's remark, the support is really good and queries are indeed ...
I think there is some error. In subjunctive mood, 'were' is never used with 'will'. Can you please clarify with MGMAT on this. The question tends to give wrong interpretation.
Kindly correct the question. AS stated, either Option A or D can be correct. In OG, Option D is stated with 'includes'.
IMO D. Th sentence makes a prediction in future about a certain event.
Whats the OA. It cannot be E since 'were' in subjunctive mood is always followed by 'would'
Its a bit convoluted language. Options D & E actually indicate that the incidence of disease is even greater. Option B states that majority of the ones killed are because they are infected with disease which has in turn lead to its kill. Thus B is the correct answer.
IMO A.. the argument is weakened or flawed if there exist an alternate reason for decrease in construction jobs. this option points that out.
whats the OA. I feel it is prudent to post OA with question as helps one reconfirm understanding of the question.
IMO C.. Whats the OA.
This option seems close as Lucy intends to refute Antoine argument. Antoine anyways does not conclude if rate is high. He merely states facts.
The point of contention between the two is that Under private HI, cost is high but access to medical treatment is possible. In NHI, services are rationed as equal access exist. Other view is that private HI even denies basic health care basis income.
Whats the OA??
Option A looks close but is missing comparison. I am not very sure if 'as' can be avoided. What follows 'great' is a noun and not a verb??