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#### A car starts from \(X\) and moves towards \(Y.\) At the same time another car starts from \(Y\) and moves towards \(X.\)

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##### A car starts from \(X\) and moves towards \(Y.\) At the same time another car starts from \(Y\) and moves towards \(X.\)

A car starts from \(X\) and moves towards \(Y.\) At the same time another car starts from \(Y\) and moves towards \(X.\) Both travel at a constant speed and meet after \(4\) hours. During that time, the faster car traveled \(2/3\) of the distance \(XY.\) How long would it take the slower car to trav...

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Thu Oct 17, 2024 3:00 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A car starts from \(X\) and moves towards \(Y.\) At the same time another car starts from \(Y\) and moves towards \(X.\)
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##### Is the total of the sales prices of \(3\) products greater than \(\$23?\)

Is the total of the sales prices of \(3\) products greater than \(\$23?\)

1) The price of the cheapest of the \(3\) products is at least \($8\)

2) The price of the second cheapest of the \(3\) products is at least \($12\)

The OA is D

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Thu Oct 17, 2024 2:50 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Is the total of the sales prices of \(3\) products greater than \(\$23?\)
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#### Runners \(X\) and \(Y\) started an \(18\)-mile race at the same time. Runner \(X\) completed the course in \(6\) hours,

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##### Runners \(X\) and \(Y\) started an \(18\)-mile race at the same time. Runner \(X\) completed the course in \(6\) hours,

Runners \(X\) and \(Y\) started an \(18\)-mile race at the same time. Runner \(X\) completed the course in \(6\) hours, and Runner \(Y\) finished \(2\) hours earlier. Runner \(Y\) ran an average of how many miles per hour faster than Runner \(X?\) A. \(1\) B. \(1\dfrac{1}{2}\) C. \(2\dfrac{1}{4}\) D...

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Thu Oct 17, 2024 2:42 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Runners \(X\) and \(Y\) started an \(18\)-mile race at the same time. Runner \(X\) completed the course in \(6\) hours,
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##### Probability

How many times was a fair coin tossed?

1) If the coin has been tossed \(4\) times fewer, the probability of getting heads on every toss would have been \((1/8)\)

2) When a coin is tossed a number of times, the number of different possible sequences of heads and tails is \(128\)

The OA is D

- by swerve

Sun Oct 13, 2024 8:19 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Probability
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##### Probability

Salesperson A has already called \(45\) of the \(120\) names on her list of prospects. If salesperson \(B\) picks a prospect at random from the same list, what is the probability that the prospect has not yet received a call from salesperson \(A?\) A. \(0.375\) B. \(0.45\) C. \(0.55\) D. \(0.625\) E...

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Sun Oct 13, 2024 8:10 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Probability
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#### A barrel contains only red balls, white balls, and brown balls. If two balls are selected at random without replacing

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##### A barrel contains only red balls, white balls, and brown balls. If two balls are selected at random without replacing

A barrel contains only red balls, white balls, and brown balls. If two balls are selected at random without replacing each ball, what is the probability that two brown balls will be selected? 1) The probability that one ball selected at random is either red or white is \(\dfrac{2}{3}\) 2) There are ...

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Sun Oct 13, 2024 8:01 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A barrel contains only red balls, white balls, and brown balls. If two balls are selected at random without replacing
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##### Probability

A fair coin is tossed, and a fair six-sided die is rolled. What is the probability that the coin come up heads and the die will come up \(1\) or \(2?\)

A. \(1/2\)

B. \(1/3\)

C. \(1/4\)

D. \(1/6\)

E. \(1/12\)

The OA is D

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Sun Oct 13, 2024 7:54 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Probability
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##### Arithmetic

One inch equals \(2.54\,\text{cm}.\) How many centimeters tall is a \(76\) inch man?

A. \(20\,\text{cm}\)

B. \(29.92\,\text{cm}\)

C. \(193.04\,\text{cm}\)

D. \(300.04\,\text{cm}\)

E. \(593.04\,\text{cm}\)

The OA is C

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Fri Oct 04, 2024 5:13 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Arithmetic
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##### Arithmetic, Fractions and Ratios

Which school out of school \(A\) and school \(B\) has greater number of boys?

1) Ratio of boys to girls in school \(A\) is less than ratio of boys to girls in school \(B\)

2) Girls in school \(A\) are more than girls in school \(B\)

The OA is E

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Fri Oct 04, 2024 5:04 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Arithmetic, Fractions and Ratios
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##### Arithmetic, Number Properties

What is the sum of all the odd integers between \(100\) and \(302?\)

A. \(10,150\)

B. \(20,150\)

C. \(20,301\)

D. \(40,301\)

E. \(45,301\)

The OA is C

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Fri Oct 04, 2024 4:57 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Arithmetic, Number Properties
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##### Percent and Interest Problems

A man spends \(20\%\) of his income on house rent, \(25\%\) of the remaining income on food, and \(30\%\) of his total income on conveyance, and saves the rest. If he invested \(40\%\) of his savings in shares, how many shares did he purchase? 1) He spends \(\$80\) on his food 2) He purchased shares...

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Sun Sep 29, 2024 11:34 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Percent and Interest Problems
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##### Fractions and Ratios, Percent and Interest Problems, Probability

\(S\) and \(R\) are two beehives where \(S\) contains more bees than that of \(R.\) The honey in these hives is gathered only by the worker - bees and the hive is maintained by the remaining bees. Is the average honey collected per bee in the hive greater in hive \(R'\) as compared to hive \(S?\) 1)...

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Sun Sep 29, 2024 11:26 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Fractions and Ratios, Percent and Interest Problems, Probability
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##### Combinations

Families in which some members argue with each other compete for a chance to appear on Barry Wringer’s TV show. The greater the percentage of family members who argue with each other, the greater the family’s chances of appearing on Wringer’s show. If the Brown family and the Gonzales family both ha...

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Sun Sep 22, 2024 9:23 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Combinations
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##### Combinations

Claudia can choose any two of four different candles and any \(8\) of \(9\) different flowers for a centerpiece arrangement. Given these choices, how many candle + flower groupings can she select?

A. \(54\)

B. \(72\)

C. \(96\)

D. \(144\)

E. \(432\)

The OA is A

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Sun Sep 22, 2024 9:16 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Combinations
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##### Combinations

If \(3\) members are to be selected from a group of \(x\) members then what is the value of \(x?\) 1) If team of \(3\) members is selected from the group of \(x\) members then \(30\) different combinations of \(3\) members can be formed with \(2\) specific members never being together on the team 2)...

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Sun Sep 22, 2024 9:07 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Combinations
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