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Re: A store received 7 crates of oranges. What was the standard deviation of the numbers of oranges in the 7 crates?

A store received 7 crates of oranges. What was the standard deviation of the numbers of oranges in the 7 crates? (1) For the 7 crates of oranges, the median of the numbers of oranges was equal to the greatest of the numbers of oranges. (2) For the 7 crates of oranges, the range of the numbers of or...


Re: If a child is randomly selected from Columbus elementary school, what is the probability that the child will be a bo

Magoosh If a child is randomly selected from Columbus elementary school, what is the probability that the child will be a boy? 1) If \(25\) boys are removed from the school, the probability of selecting a boy will be \(0.75\) 2) There are \(35\) more boys than there are girls OA C Target question :...


Re: What is the probability that you get a pair when picking the top two cards off of a randomly shuffled deck of cards

Veritas Prep What is the probability that you get a pair when picking the top two cards off of a randomly shuffled deck of cards (\(52\) cards, with \(13\) sets of four matching suits)? A. \(\dfrac{12}{2,652}\) B. \(\dfrac{16}{2,652}\) C. \(\dfrac{1}{17}\) D. \(\dfrac{1}{13}\) E. \(\dfrac{1}{2}\) O...


Re: A certain investment earned a fixed rate of 4 percent interest per year, compounded annually, for five years. The

Source: Official Guide A certain investment earned a fixed rate of 4 percent interest per year, compounded annually, for five years. The interest earned for the third year of the investment was how many dollars greater than that for the first year? 1) The amount of the investment at the beginning o...


Re: Working together at their respective rates, two hoses fill a pool in 2 hours. If one of the hoses, working alone, co

Source: Veritas Prep Working together at their respective rates, two hoses fill a pool in 2 hours. If one of the hoses, working alone, could fill the pool in 3 hours, how long would it take the other hose to fill the pool alone? A. 2 hours B. 3 hours C. 4 hours D. 5 hours E. 6 hours The OA is E One...


Re: A class contains boys and girls. What is the probability of selecting a boy from a class?

A class contains boys and girls. What is the probability of selecting a boy from a class? (1) There are 35 students in the class (2) The ratio of boys to girls is 3:4 OA B Source: Magoosh Target question : What is the probability of selecting a boy from a class? Statement 1 : There are 35 students ...


Re: Word Problems

A steel rod \(50\) meters long is cut into two pieces. If one piece is \(14\) meters longer than the other, what is the length, in meters, of the shorter piece? A. \(10\) B. \(18\) C. \(32\) D. \(36\) E. \(40\) The OA is B Source: Manhattan GMAT Let x = the length of the shorter piece One piece is ...

by Brent@GMATPrepNow

Mon Apr 10, 2023 6:55 am
Forum: Problem Solving
Topic: Word Problems
Replies: 1
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Re: What is the thousandth term of S, a certain sequence of numbers? (1) For every n, the nth term of S is n^2.

What is the thousandth term of S, a certain sequence of numbers? (1) For every n, the nth term of S is n^2. (2) The first five terms of S are 1^2, 2^2, 3^2, 4^2, and 5^2. OA A Source: GMAT Prep Target question : What is the value of term_1000? Statement 1 : For every n, the nth term of S is n². Per...


Re: On her way home from work, Janet drives through several tollbooths. Is there a pair of these tollbooths that are les

On her way home from work, Janet drives through several tollbooths. Is there a pair of these tollbooths that are less than 10 miles apart? (1) The first tollbooth and the last tollbooth are 25 miles apart. (2) Janet drives through 4 tollbooths on her way home from work. OA C Source: GMAT Prep Given...


Re: If the capacity of tank X is less than the capacity of tank Y and both tanks begin to fill at the same time, which t

If the capacity of tank X is less than the capacity of tank Y and both tanks begin to fill at the same time, which tank will be filled first? (1) Tank X is filled at a constant rate of 1.5 liters per minute. (2) Tank Y is filled at a constant rate of 120 liters per hour. OA E Source: GMAT Prep Give...


Re: A manufacturer conducted a survey to determine how many people buy products P and Q. What fraction of the people

A manufacturer conducted a survey to determine how many people buy products P and Q. What fraction of the people surveyed said that they buy neither product P nor product Q? (1) 1/3 of the people surveyed said that they buy product P but not product Q. (2) 1/2 of the people surveyed said that they ...


Re: On a certain farm the ratio of horses to cows is 7:3. If the farm were to sell 15 horses and buy 15 cows, the ratio

On a certain farm the ratio of horses to cows is 7:3. If the farm were to sell 15 horses and buy 15 cows, the ratio of horses to cows would then be 13:7. After the transaction, how many more horses than cows would the farm own? A. 30 B. 60 C. 75 D. 90 E. 105 OA D Source: Princeton Review We can als...


Re: If x and y are greater than 0, is x = 1 ?

If x and y are greater than 0, is x = 1 ? (1) x/y = 1 (2) xy = 1 OA C Source: GMAT Prep Target question : Is x = 1 ? Given : x and y are POSITIVE Statement 1 : x/y = 1 Let's TEST some values. There are several values of x and y that satisfy statement 1. Here are two: Case a : x = 1 and y = 1. In th...

by Brent@GMATPrepNow

Fri Feb 17, 2023 1:27 pm
Forum: Data Sufficiency
Topic: If x and y are greater than 0, is x = 1 ?
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Re: 7 teams compete in a track competition. If there are 20 events in the competition, no event ends in a tie, and no te

7 teams compete in a track competition. If there are 20 events in the competition, no event ends in a tie, and no team wins more than 3 events, what is the minimum possible number of teams that won at least one event? A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 E. 7 OA E Source: Manhattan Prep The first thing we should re...


Re: If a club made a gross profit of $0.25 for each candy bar it sold, how many candy bars did the club sell?

If a club made a gross profit of $0.25 for each candy bar it sold, how many candy bars did the club sell? (1) The total revenue from the sale of the candy bars was $300. (2) If the club had sold 80 more candy bars, its gross profits would have increased by 20 percent. OA B Source: GMAT Prep Target ...