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146. The question can be rephrased as "if X is divided by 7, the remainder is 1" and X<50. Lets try to make a list: The only possibilities are 8, 15, 22, 29, 36, and 43. Statement 1. X is divided by 9, the remainder is 8. The only possibilities are 8, 17, 26, 35, and 44. 8 is the only number in both...
The official explanation is very long. When I met this question, I can't get the answer within 2 min, then I just guessed and moved. I can eliminate A, B, and D. But, out of time to combine both statements together. Expert, please help! If a and b are integers, and |a| > |b|, is a Â· |b| < a â€“ b? ...
I picked 3 (the official answer). P1. The religious leaders might explain repeatedly why God allowed the bad things happened. P2. These bad things were mystery to followers who perceived the deity as all-powerful and all-good. P3. New famous statements: "If God is God, He is not good" "If God is goo...
Thanks Eli, it does make sense. I missed the point.
D isnt the correct answer because the passage states that "the otter mates (not the mink)....., delayed implantation of the fertilized egg".
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I used it and I thing the explanation for the quant section is more detail than the original OG. But, it doesnt cover the verbal part.
I can eliminate the 4 wrong answers, but I cannot find any relevant evidence on the passage to support the OA. Any idea??? Careful observers of wildlife along unspoiled freshwater shorelines in New england may encounter the river otter (Lutra Canadensis) or its close cousin, the mink (Mustela Vison)...
This question requires a pure logical concept (and I guess, not common in GMAT). Hereis the concept: To affirm the conclusion: A --> B If-then only tells us 2 things: 1) If A is true, then B is true as well 2) If B is false, then A is false as well (contrapositive) In this case, IMP --> GS ~SL --> ~...
Guys, please help! how to solve this problem? A certain cube is composed of 1000 smaller cubes, arranged 10 by 10 by 10. The top layer of cubes is removed from a face, then from the adjacent face above it, then from the adjacent face to the right of the first. The process is repeated on the same thr...
- by yuliawati
Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:09 am
- Forum: Critical Reasoning
- Topic: problem&know cause,you eliminate cause or worry abt solu
- Replies: 11
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Thank you, Rahul and Mitch!
In dealing with the probability problem, my big mistake is careless calculation. That's very easy to make a mistake^^
This is one of 1000 CR questions.
I also picked C. I dont understand why the OA is B.
The conclusion is "brain scan CAN be used to determine who is likely to develop parkinson disease". So, I think B is out of scope.
Need the explanation from the expert T_T
Hereis my explanation: Conclusion: The proposal should be abandoned. Arguments to support the conclusion: 1. The students "who" are supporting the proposal will never be satisfied. 2. Some of "the students" have reached their third year without declaring a major 3. One "first-year student" has faile...