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Problem: (x^5/x^9)^1/2.
The answer is x2, but here is my confusion
To do this problem my first instinct was to just flip the fraction in the parenthesis, but someone I've been working with t ...

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Problem: (x^5/x^9)^1/2.
The answer is x2, but here is my confusion
To do this problem my first instinct was to just flip the fraction in the parenthesis, but someone I've been working with t ...

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Hi GeauxSwish,
Could you go into more detail about what you're specifically interested in?
GMAT assassins aren't born, they're made,
Rich
Sure. Backtracking a bit, your last post made tota ...

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Hi GeauxSwish,
Most of the questions that you'll face on the Official GMAT are designed so that they can be solved using more than once approach. In that way, the Test actually 'rewards' strong cri ...

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Howdy! I'm a bit confused of the difference between back solving and plugging in answer choices. I understand certain types of problems are better for certain strategies. And could someone provide an ...

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Great! Thanks for the tip, wouldn't happen to know of any other good places to look for that kind of stuff. Not that the book isn't an option

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I believe I saw on some of the instruction videos on these forums that one way to understand Data Sufficiency was to think of "what information would be useful" to answer the question. Just ...

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First off, thank you.
Little argument from me on that, but without giving away my life story, I say target because that is the school I both want to go to and think I can get into. Sure are there & ...

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Totally bombed the GMAT.
I'll go on record and say that my study habits weren't that great. I say that as someone who probably spent 68 hours studying in a week about two months ahead of the test ...
