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Re: In the figure above, if \(AD\) is parallel to \(BC,\) then \(\angle ADC=\)

1.jpg In the figure above, if \(AD\) is parallel to \(BC,\) then \(\angle ADC=\) A. 11° B. 22° C. 33° D. 46° E. 134° Answer: C Source: Princeton Review First, since angles in a triangle must add to 180°, we can see that the missing angle in the red triangle must be 180° - (x + 44)° https://i.imgur....


Re: There are 27 different three-digit integers that can be formed using only the digits 1, 2 and 3. If all 27 of the

There are 27 different three-digit integers that can be formed using only the digits 1, 2 and 3. If all 27 of the integers were listed, what would their sum be? A. 2,704 B. 2,990 C. 5,404 D. 5,444 E. 5,994 OA E Source: GMAT Prep This is a great example of how the GMAT often rewards students for thi...


Re: A school has received 60% of the amount it needs for a new building by receiving a donation of $400 each from people

A school has received 60% of the amount it needs for a new building by receiving a donation of $400 each from people already solicited. People already solicited represent 40% of the people from whom the school will solicit donations. How much average contribution is required from the remaining targ...


Re: If n denotes a number to the left of 0 on the number line su

If n denotes a number to the left of 0 on the number line such that the square of n is less than 1/100, then the reciprocal of n must be A. Less than -10 B. Between -1 and -1/10 C. Between -1/10 and 0 D. Between 0 and 1/10 E. Greater than 10 Is there a strategic approach to this question? . Can any...


Re: At Joe's candy store, the total cost of \(1\) gumball and \(1\) lollipop is \(\$0.74.\) The total cost of \(1\) choc

At Joe's candy store, the total cost of \(1\) gumball and \(1\) lollipop is \(\$0.74.\) The total cost of \(1\) chocolate bar and \(1\) lollipop is \(\$0.92.\) The total cost of \(1\) gumball and \(1\) chocolate bar is \(\$1.24.\) What is the cost in dollars of \(1\) chocolate bar? A. 0.53 B. 0.59 ...


Re: If on a fishing trip Jim and Tom each caught some fish, which one caught more fish?

If on a fishing trip Jim and Tom each caught some fish, which one caught more fish? (1) Jim caught 2/3 as many fish as Tom. (2) After Tom stopped fishing, Jim continued to fish until he caught 12 fish. Answer: A Source: Official Guide Given : Jim and Tom each caught some fish Target question : Whic...


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 \([x]\) denotes the least integer greater than or equal to \(x\) and \([x] = 0,\) which of the following statemen

If \([x]\) denotes the least integer greater than or equal to \(x\) and \([x] = 0,\) which of the following statements must be true? A. \(x = 0\) B. \(0 \le x < 1\) C. \(0 < x \le 1\) D. \(-1 \le x < 0\) E. \(-1 < x\le 0\) Answer: E Source: GMAT Prep First, let's take a moment to get a good idea of...


Re: If \([x]\) denotes the least integer greater than or equal to \(x\) and \([x] = 0,\) which of the following statemen

If \([x]\) denotes the least integer greater than or equal to \(x\) and \([x] = 0,\) which of the following statements must be true? A. \(x = 0\) B. \(0 \le x < 1\) C. \(0 < x \le 1\) D. \(-1 \le x < 0\) E. \(-1 < x\le 0\) Answer: E Source: GMAT Prep First, let's take a moment to get a good idea of...


Re: A pump started filling an empty pool with water and continued at a constant rate until the pool was full. At noon th

A pump started filling an empty pool with water and continued at a constant rate until the pool was full. At noon the pool was \(\dfrac13\) full, and \(1\frac14\) hours later it was \(\dfrac34\) full. What was the total number of hours that it took the pump to fill the pool? A. \(2\frac13\) B. \(2\...


Re: At Joe's candy store, the total cost of \(1\) gumball and \(1\) lollipop is \(\$0.74.\) The total cost of \(1\) choc

At Joe's candy store, the total cost of \(1\) gumball and \(1\) lollipop is \(\$0.74.\) The total cost of \(1\) chocolate bar and \(1\) lollipop is \(\$0.92.\) The total cost of \(1\) gumball and \(1\) chocolate bar is \(\$1.24.\) What is the cost in dollars of \(1\) chocolate bar? A. 0.53 B. 0.59 ...


Re: Machines \(X\) and \(Y\) produced identical bottles at different constant rates. Machine \(X,\) operating alone for

Machines \(X\) and \(Y\) produced identical bottles at different constant rates. Machine \(X,\) operating alone for \(4\) hours, filled part of a production lot; then Machine \(Y,\) operating alone for \(3\) hours, filled the rest of this lot. How many hours would it have taken Machine \(X\) operat...


Re: In the figure above, if \(AD\) is parallel to \(BC,\) then \(\angle ADC=\angle ADC=\)

1.jpg In the figure above, if \(AD\) is parallel to \(BC,\) then \(\angle ADC=\angle ADC=\) A. \(11^{\circ}\) B. \(22^{\circ}\) C. \(33^{\circ}\) D. \(46^{\circ}\) E. \(134^{\circ}\) Answer: C Source: Princeton Review First, since angles in a triangle must add to 180°, we can see that the missing a...


Re: Is \(n > 6?\)

Is \(n > 6?\) (1) \(\sqrt{n}>2.5\) (2) \(n>\sqrt{37}\) Answer: D Source: GMAT Prep Target question : Is n > 6? Statement 1 : √n > 2.5 Square both sides to get: n > (2.5)² Evaluate to get: n > 6.25 If n > 6.25, then we can be CERTAIN that n > 6 Since we can answer the target question with certainty,...

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Topic: Is \(n > 6?\)
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Re: A number of people shared a meal, intending to divide the cost evenly among themselves. However, several of the dine

A number of people shared a meal, intending to divide the cost evenly among themselves. However, several of the diners left without paying. When the cost was divided evenly among the remaining diners, each remaining person paid \(\$12\) more than he or she would have if all diners had contributed e...