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clases particulares GMAT: If W is the sum of the reciprocals of the 5 consecutive integers from 31 to 35, then W between which of the following two fractions?

If W is the sum of the reciprocals of the 5 consecutive integers from 31 to 35, then W between which of the following two fractions?

A) 1/8 and 1/9

B) 1/7 and 1/8

C) 1/5 and 1/6

D) 1/6 and 1/7

E) 1/4 and 1/3


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In a certain medical survey, 45 percent of the people surveyed had the type A antigen in their blood and 3 percent had bod type A antigen and the type B antigen. Which of the following is closest to the percent of those whit the type A antigen who also had the type B antigen?

In a certain medical survey, 45 percent of the people surveyed had the type A antigen in their blood and 3 percent had bod type A antigen and the type B antigen. Which of the following is closest to the percent of those whit the type A antigen who also had the type B antigen?

A.- 1.35%

B.- 6.67%

C.- 13.50%

D.- 15.00%

E.- 42%


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GMAT Word Problem Numbers properties, The sum of four consecutive integers is 418. What is the sum of the next four consecutive integers?

Number Properties N5 2
1.- The sum of four consecutive integers is 418. What is the sum of the next four consecutive integers?

A) 422

B) 431

C) 440

D) 434

E) 424

2.- If 83! has 16 zeroes at the end, how many zeroes will 90! have at the end?

A. 16

B. 17

C. 18

D. 19

E. 20

3.- What is the greatest number of identical groups that can be made out of 130 mens and 91 women if no persons are to be left out? (Two groups are identical whenever the number of man in the two bouquets is (…)


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GMAT EXERCISES; data sufficiency, word problem. 20 items, Algebra, proportion, ratio, rate, range, data sufficiency, Word problem

Algebra, proportion, ratio, rate, range, data sufficiency, Word problem 1. In the fifth grade at Parkway elementary school there are 420 students. 312 students are boys and 250 students are playing soccer. 86% of the students that play soccer are obviously boys. How many girl student are in Parkway that are not playing soccer? 69. 73. 81. 91. 108.

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10 exercises GMAT word problem: proportion, ratio, rate, range

proportion, ratio, rate, range 1. 15 Java programmers, working in a constant pace, finish a web page in 3 days. If after one day, 9 programmers quit, how many more days are needed to finish the remainder of the job? (a) 5. (b) 2. (c) 8. (d) 4. (e) 6. 2. Two carpenters, working in the same pace, can build 2 desks in two hours and a half. How many desks can 4 carpenters build in 4 hours? (a) 2.4. (b) 3.6. (c) 4.2. (d) 5.5. (e) 6.4 3.- . There are 40 students in a classroom, 9/20 of them are (…)


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Quantitative question, data sufficiency GMAT: Is the largest of 7 consecutive numbers odd?

Is the largest of 7 consecutive numbers odd?

(1) The product of the seven numbers is zero.

(2) The sum of the seven numbers is zero.

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Exercises GMAT data sufficiency: 990 people went to the GMAT exam, how many boys didn’t pass the test?

990 people went to the GMAT exam, how many boys didn’t pass the test?

(1) 321 girls didn’t pass the test, which is the number of boys that did.

(2) One fifth of the people that went to the GMAT exam were boys who eventually didn’tpass the test.

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(b)Statement (2) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (1) by itself is not.

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QUANTITATIVE QUESTION gmat data sufficiency: Is there an intersection between the line (Y = aX – b) and the parabola (Y = X2 + b)?

Is there an intersection between the line (Y = aX – b) and the parabola

(Y = X2 + b)?

(1) a < 0.

(2) 0 > b.

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(b)Statement (2) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (1) by itself is not.

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GMAT QUESTION, data Sufficiency: Is the intersection of the two lines: (x + y = 8) and (4y – 4x = 16) inside the circle: x2 + y2 = r2?

Is the intersection of the two lines: (x + y = 8) and (4y – 4x = 16) inside the circle: x2 + y2 = r2?

(1) r = 81.

(2) The center of the circle is at the coordinate (-99, -99).

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(b)Statement (2) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (1) by itself is not.

(c)Statements (1) and (2) TAKEN TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question, even though NEITHER statement BY (…)


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Data Sufficiency GMAT, exercises: If X and Y are positive integers, is X greater than Y?

If X and Y are positive integers, is X greater than Y?

(1) X > 2.

(2) Y < 3.

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(b)Statement (2) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (1) by itself is not.

(c)Statements (1) and (2) TAKEN TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question, even though NEITHER statement BY ITSELF is sufficient.

(d)Either statement BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question. (…)


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GMAT Exercises Data Sufficiency: Resolved If X and Y are positive integers, is X greater than Y?

If X and Y are positive integers, is X greater than Y?

(1) X > Y – 2.

(2) X > 2.

(a)Statement (1) BY ITSELF is sufficient to answer the question, but statement (2) by itself is not.

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(c)Statements (1) and (2) TAKEN TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question, even though NEITHER statement BY ITSELF is sufficient.

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proportion, ratio, rate, range, eXERCISES gmat. There are 40 students in a classroom, 9/20 of them are boys and 4/5 of them are right-handed. How many right-handed boys are there in the classroom?

There are 40 students in a classroom, 9/20 of them are boys and 4/5 of them are right-handed. How many right-handed boys are there in the classroom?

(a) Between 10 and 32.

(b) Between 14 and 32.

(c) Between 10 and 18.

(d) Between 14 and 18.

(e) Between 18 and 36.


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Word Problems GMAT QUANT Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home on the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

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Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home on the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

A. xt/y

B. (x+t)/xy

C. xyt/(x+y)

D. (x+y+t)/xy

E. (y+t)/x-t/y

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GMAT WORD PROBLEM What is the least value of n for which the producto of the first n positive integers is divisible by 110.565?

What is the least value of n for which the producto of the first n positive integers is divisible by 110.565?

a) 19

b) 8

c) 21

d) 11

e) 13

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