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Can you give some other examples for this IN + VERBing ?IN + VERBing typically serves to express IN WHAT WAY something happened.
In D, IN deciding correctly implies that deciding to sell on credit was the WAY in which the chain of stores broke with its previous policy.
1) Tells us about only a. INSUFavik.ch wrote:If 3^a4^b = c, what is the value of b?
(1) 5a = 25
(2) c = 36
OA = C
I think the second statement is sufficient.
Source : Kaplan
2) (3^a) * (4^b) = 36 = (3^2) * (4^1) => b=1. SUF.
Can you quote the reference for the MGMAT (page number /prob) etc?[email protected] wrote:Can anyone explain the status of integer 0. Manhattan considers it a positive even integer whereas GMAT Books dont. Please clear the status.
0 is neither positive nor negative.
0 is an even integer.
Gally Pumps is aiming at starting a new business that offers annual contracts to repair and maintain pumps at refineries. These contracts will include services such as re-balancing, repairing the bearings, replacing the pump impellers as they wear out etc. Since Gally is a newcommer, it aims to com...
This is a "Method of reasoning" type question, one of the non-frequent type of CR questions. Powerscore CR Bible has chapter on this, I guess.
If the cable TV management, before establishing the cable fees, takes into account the revenue loss due to pirated cable, then they (Cable TV management) wont increase the cable fees because of revenue loss due to pirated usage. This will stop the vicious cycle. Ans is C . How have you narrowed dow...
E uses the incorrect idiom: capability to propelankit0411 wrote: The OA however, is E . I think the word "that" in option A makes it wrong .
Any other thoughts on this ?
The correct idiom is: capability of propelling.
Hence E can't be the answer. There is nothing wrong with A.
IMO B A) Don't know :) C) Wordy. D) After a meteor shower is observed, people .. is the correct form. E) Clumsy I am still not convinced why B wins over A . I am also not sure between A and B. I particularly didn't like "once a meteor shower has been observed" in B. Why the passive voice when peopl...
I know the following question has been answered in the forum but no discussion explains the query I have about E & A options. Please help. Sunspots, vortices of gas associated with strong electromagnetic activity, are visible as dark spots on the surface of the Sun but have never been sighted on th...
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As rare as something becomes, be it a baseball card or a musical recording or a postage stamp, the more avidly it is sought by collectors . (A) As rare as something becomes, be it (B) As rare as something becomes, whether it is (C) As something becomes rarer and rarer, like (D) The rarer something ...
Congress has enacted legislation forbidding state and local governments from raising taxes on connections that link consumers to the Internet for the next three years . A forbidding state and local governments from raising taxes on connections that link consumers to the Internet for the next three ...
I dont understand why A is wrong. If it was calculated using a representation and not the actual data, then the derivation about the inflation result is wrong. So we cannot say that inflation will increase or decrease as the previous data was wrong. Experts please help If the inflation is calculate...
If the cable TV management, before establishing the cable fees, takes into account the revenue loss due to pirated cable, then they (Cable TV management) wont increase the cable fees because of revenue loss due to pirated usage. This will stop the vicious cycle. Ans is C.
82. Sound can travel through water for enormous distances, prevented from dissipating its acoustic energy as a result of boundaries in the ocean created by water layers of different temperatures and densities. A. prevented from dissipating its acoustic energy as a result of B. prevented from having...
Sarah bought 3 books. She used them to study.Shalini Suresh wrote:Hi Jim thanks for your response . You have mentioned that in this case its 'them'. What are the other cases ?
Sarah bought 3 books. They were on sale.