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#### A certain library charges a flat fee of \(\$5\) for any overdue book for the first \(x\) days the book is overdue

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##### A certain library charges a flat fee of \(\$5\) for any overdue book for the first \(x\) days the book is overdue

Manhattan Prep A certain library charges a flat fee of \(\$5\) for any overdue book for the first \(x\) days the book is overdue, and an additional fee of m dollars per day for every day after \(x\) that the book is overdue. What is the fee for a book that is \(12\) days overdue? 1) The fee for a b...

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Sat Apr 22, 2023 10:26 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A certain library charges a flat fee of \(\$5\) for any overdue book for the first \(x\) days the book is overdue
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#### If \(a, b, c,\) and \(d\) are each integers greater than \(1\), is the product \(abcd\) divisible by \(6?\)

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##### If \(a, b, c,\) and \(d\) are each integers greater than \(1\), is the product \(abcd\) divisible by \(6?\)

**Manhattan Prep**

If \(a, b, c,\) and \(d\) are each integers greater than \(1\), is the product \(abcd\) divisible by \(6?\)

1. \(acd\) is even

2. \(abd\) is odd

OA E

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Sat Apr 22, 2023 10:11 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If \(a, b, c,\) and \(d\) are each integers greater than \(1\), is the product \(abcd\) divisible by \(6?\)
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#### Bill needs \(864\) tiles to tile a bathroom. He can buy tiles individually for \(\$0.40\) each, and he can buy them

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##### Bill needs \(864\) tiles to tile a bathroom. He can buy tiles individually for \(\$0.40\) each, and he can buy them

GMAT Prep Bill needs \(864\) tiles to tile a bathroom. he can buy tiles individually for \(\$0.40\) each, and he can buy them in boxes of \(100\) for \(\$32.50\) per box. What is the least amount that Bill must pay to buy the tiles he needs? A. \(\$260.00\) B. \(\$280.80\) C. \(\$285.60\) D. \(\$29...

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Sat Apr 22, 2023 9:51 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Bill needs \(864\) tiles to tile a bathroom. He can buy tiles individually for \(\$0.40\) each, and he can buy them
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#### \(50\) jars sit on a shelf, of which \(12\) are red and not round; and \(30\) are round and not red. How many jars sit

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##### \(50\) jars sit on a shelf, of which \(12\) are red and not round; and \(30\) are round and not red. How many jars sit

Economist \(50\) jars sit on a shelf, of which \(12\) are red and not round; and \(30\) are round and not red. How many jars sit on the self that are both red and round? 1. There are only \(5\) jars on the shelf which are not red and not round. 2. Of the round jars, the number of non red is \(10\) ...

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Sat Apr 08, 2023 2:23 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: \(50\) jars sit on a shelf, of which \(12\) are red and not round; and \(30\) are round and not red. How many jars sit
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#### \(5\) integers, not necessarily distinct, are chosen from the integers between \(-(n+1)\) and \(n\), inclusive, where

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##### \(5\) integers, not necessarily distinct, are chosen from the integers between \(-(n+1)\) and \(n\), inclusive, where

E-GMAT \(5\) integers, not necessarily distinct, are chosen from the integers between \(-(n+1)\) and \(n\), inclusive, where \(n\) is a positive integer. If the probability that the product of the chosen integers is zero is \(1-(0.9375)^5\), then what is the value of \(n?\) A. \(7\) B. \(8\) C. \(9...

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Sat Apr 08, 2023 2:12 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: \(5\) integers, not necessarily distinct, are chosen from the integers between \(-(n+1)\) and \(n\), inclusive, where
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#### In the last appraisal cycle, the salary increment of Sally was \(200\%\) more than that of Harry, and salary increment

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##### In the last appraisal cycle, the salary increment of Sally was \(200\%\) more than that of Harry, and salary increment

E-GMAT In the last appraisal cycle, the salary increment of Sally was \(200\%\) more than that of Harry, and salary increment of Ron \(300\%\) of the salary increment of Sally. What was the salary increment of Ron, if the salary increment of Harry was \(\$100?\) A. \(\$300\) B. \(\$600\) C. \(\$900...

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Sat Apr 08, 2023 2:04 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: In the last appraisal cycle, the salary increment of Sally was \(200\%\) more than that of Harry, and salary increment
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#### Bert has $1.37 of loose change in his pocket — pennies ($0.01), nickels ($0.05), dimes ($0.10), and quarters ($0.25).

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##### Bert has $1.37 of loose change in his pocket — pennies ($0.01), nickels ($0.05), dimes ($0.10), and quarters ($0.25).

Magoosh Bert has $1.37 of loose change in his pocket — pennies ($0.01), nickels ($0.05), dimes ($0.10), and quarters ($0.25). He reaches into his pocket and pulls out one coin at random. What is the probability that the coin is a nickel? 1) There are exactly seven pennies in his pocket 2) There are...

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Tue Nov 08, 2022 7:19 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Bert has $1.37 of loose change in his pocket — pennies ($0.01), nickels ($0.05), dimes ($0.10), and quarters ($0.25).
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#### At the beginning of January 2003, Jill invested money in an account that collected interest, compounding monthly. Assume

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##### At the beginning of January 2003, Jill invested money in an account that collected interest, compounding monthly. Assume

Magoosh At the beginning of January 2003, Jill invested money in an account that collected interest, compounding monthly. Assume the annual percentage rate of interest remained constant. What is the total amount she has invested after seven years? 1) Her initial investment was $15,000 2) In April, ...

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Tue Nov 08, 2022 7:16 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: At the beginning of January 2003, Jill invested money in an account that collected interest, compounding monthly. Assume
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#### A certain company has 18 equally qualified applicants for 4 open positions. How many different groups of 4 applicants

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##### A certain company has 18 equally qualified applicants for 4 open positions. How many different groups of 4 applicants

**GMAT Prep**

A certain company has 18 equally qualified applicants for 4 open positions. How many different groups of 4 applicants can be chosen by the company to fill the positions if the order of selection does not matter?

A. 18

B. 72

C. 180

D. 1,260

E. 3,060

OA E

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Tue Nov 08, 2022 7:04 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A certain company has 18 equally qualified applicants for 4 open positions. How many different groups of 4 applicants
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#### In Country X, 1/2 of the population can speak English, 1/3 can speak French, and 1/5 can speak both English and French.

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##### In Country X, 1/2 of the population can speak English, 1/3 can speak French, and 1/5 can speak both English and French.

**GMAT Prep**

In Country X, 1/2 of the population can speak English, 1/3 can speak French, and 1/5 can speak both English and French. What fraction of the population of Country X can speak neither English nor French?

A. 2/15

B. 1/6

C. 3/10

D. 11/30

E. 13/30

OA D

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Tue Nov 08, 2022 6:58 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: In Country X, 1/2 of the population can speak English, 1/3 can speak French, and 1/5 can speak both English and French.
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#### \(28\) students were each assigned to one of five classes: Anthropology, Biology, Geology, Musicology, and Sociology.

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##### \(28\) students were each assigned to one of five classes: Anthropology, Biology, Geology, Musicology, and Sociology.

Manhattan Prep \(28\) students were each assigned to one of five classes: Anthropology, Biology, Geology, Musicology, and Sociology. Was at least one of the classes assigned fewer than \(5\) students? 1) At least \(6\) students were assigned to each of Biology, Geology, and Sociology 2) Geology and...

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Tue Oct 04, 2022 11:15 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: \(28\) students were each assigned to one of five classes: Anthropology, Biology, Geology, Musicology, and Sociology.
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#### A lawyer charges her clients \(\$200\) for the first hour of her time and \(\$150\) for each additional hour. If the

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##### A lawyer charges her clients \(\$200\) for the first hour of her time and \(\$150\) for each additional hour. If the

GMAT Prep A lawyer charges her clients \(\$200\) for the first hour of her time and \(\$150\) for each additional hour. If the lawyer charged her new client \(\$1,550\) for a certain number of hours of her time, how much was the average (arithmetic mean) charge per hour? A. \(\$150\) B. \(\$160\) C...

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Tue Oct 04, 2022 10:58 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A lawyer charges her clients \(\$200\) for the first hour of her time and \(\$150\) for each additional hour. If the
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#### At a certain committee meeting only associate professors and assistant professors are present. Each associate professor

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##### At a certain committee meeting only associate professors and assistant professors are present. Each associate professor

GMAT Prep At a certain committee meeting only associate professors and assistant professors are present. Each associate professor has brought \(2\) pencils and \(1\) chart to the meeting, while each assistant professor has brought \(1\) pencil and \(2\) charts. If a total of \(10\) pencils and \(11...

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Tue Oct 04, 2022 10:50 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: At a certain committee meeting only associate professors and assistant professors are present. Each associate professor
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#### At a certain stand, all soft drinks cost the same and all sandwiches cost the same. How much does 1 sandwich cost at the

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##### At a certain stand, all soft drinks cost the same and all sandwiches cost the same. How much does 1 sandwich cost at the

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At a certain stand, all soft drinks cost the same and all sandwiches cost the same. How much does 1 sandwich cost at the stand?

1) At the stand, 1 sandwich and 2 soft drinks cost a total of $3.15

2) At the stand, 3 sandwiches and 1 soft drink cost a total of $5.70

The OA is C

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Sat Aug 06, 2022 8:01 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: At a certain stand, all soft drinks cost the same and all sandwiches cost the same. How much does 1 sandwich cost at the
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#### An actor read aloud and recorded a certain 420-page book on several audiotapes. Was the average recording time per page

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##### An actor read aloud and recorded a certain 420-page book on several audiotapes. Was the average recording time per page

**Source: GMAT Prep**

An actor read aloud and recorded a certain 420-page book on several audiotapes. Was the average recording per page less than 90 seconds?

1) Each tape was at most 40 minutes

2) The book was recorded on 15 tapes

The OA is C

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Sat Aug 06, 2022 7:54 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: An actor read aloud and recorded a certain 420-page book on several audiotapes. Was the average recording time per page
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