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Adnan Sayeed 1 month ago Admission Counselling | Application Help
hi Adnan! The GMAT is taken to apply to graduate management programs (like an MBA) in many countries. So if you do have such a preferred program in mind, you can definitely attempt the GMAT to get into institutes in the US.
Rahul Gupta 2 months ago Sentence Correction | Approach techniques
Test Format for sentence correction are not showing properly (more)
No underlines in Question for Sentence Correction, weird signs in answers and question,
please fix the issue
Hi Rahul, Thank you for bringing this to our notice, can you please tell me which question set did you face this problem in? This will enable me to make the changes immediately.
PerlaLyonela 2 months ago Data Sufficiency | Number Theory
If x=6m^2 + 4n^2, what is the greatest even number that must be a factor of x? (more)
(1) m and n are even.
(2) gcf (m,n) = 2.
A) Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) ALONE is not sufficient.
B) Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) ALONE is not sufficient.
C) BOTH statements together are sufficient, but NEITHER statement alone is sufficient.
D) EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.
E) Statements (1) and (2) together are not sufficient.
If m equals to n, then the expression becomes 10m^2. Since both statements mean that 2 is factor . The greatest factor would be 20. Correct me if I am wrong :)
Prateek Jain 2 months ago Data Sufficiency | Arithmetic | Linear equations
A group of people bought $180 worth of theater tickets costing either $10 or $25. How many tickets costing $10 were bought? (1) Fewer than 4 tickets costing $25 were bought (2) More than 10 tickets costing $10 were bought (more)
I have a doubt with this question,
If "fewer than 4" include 0 or not!
Sonam Dubey 3 months ago Critical Reasoning | Critical Reasoning
Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends? (more)
Although there is no record of poet Edmund Spenser’s parentage, we do know that as a youth Spenser attended the Merchant Tailors’ School in London for a period between 1560 and 1570. Records from this time indicate that the Merchant Tailors’ Guild then had only three members named Spenser: Robert Spenser, listed as a gentleman; Nicholas Spenser, elected the Guild’s Warden in 1568; and John Spenser, listed as a “journeyman cloth-maker.” Of these, the last was likely the least affluent of the three—and most likely Edmund’s father, since school accounting records list Edmund as a scholar who attended the school at a reduced fee.
Which of the following is an assumption on which the argument depends?
(A)Anybody in sixteenth-century London who made clothing professionally would have had to be a member of the Merchant Tailors’ Guild.
E - There could be another reason to explain why Edmund attended the school at a reduced fee other then the economic situation, such as merit.