GMAT data sufficiency 3 mistakes to avoid in number properties

GMAT Data Sufficiency – 3 Mistake Students make in Number Properties questions

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Typical GMAT data sufficiency questions are followed by information in the form of two or three statements. You have to figure out which statements you need to correctly answer the question. Many students who do reasonably well in problem-solving questions continue to struggle with GMAT data sufficiency questions. Students often realize that they couldn’t answer

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Properties of Numbers - Even and Odd - Prime numbers - HCF and LCM

Properties of Numbers – Even & Odd | Prime | HCF & LCM

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Hello Reader, We see that you want to know the basics and properties of numbers. You have landed just at the right place.  Purpose of the article: In this article, You will get a deeper idea about the behavior of numbers and its operations You will also get to know a few facts about the

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GMAT Quant | 3 mistakes in Even-Odd Questions | Number Properties

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When it comes to ‘Even – Odd’, it’s not just an issue on Delhi roads, but also in your GMAT Quant section. Even-Odd numbers is deemed to be among the easier concepts on the GMAT Quant, and yet, come 700+ level questions from this concept, many students get them wrong. Our Subject Matter Experts have closely

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Eight light bulbs numbered 1 through 8 are arranged in a circle as shown above. The bulbs are wired so that every third bulb, counting in a clockwise direction, flashes until all bulbs have flashed once. If the bulb numbered 1 flashes first, which numbered bulb will flash last? – OGQR 2020 Question #102 with Solution

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[two_third] OGQR 2020: Question No. 102 Eight light bulbs numbered 1 through 8 are arranged in a circle as shown above. The bulbs are wired so that every third bulb, counting in a clockwise direction, flashes until all bulbs have flashed once. If the bulb numbered 1 flashes first, which numbered bulb will flash last?

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If the smaller of 2 consecutive odd integers is a multiple of 5, which of the following could NOT be the sum of these 2 integers? – OGQR 2020 Question #86 with Solution

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[two_third] OGQR 2020: Question No. 86 If the smaller of 2 consecutive odd integers is a multiple of 5, which of the following could NOT be the sum of these 2 integers? [/two_third] [one_third_last] Source OGQR 2020 Type Problem Solving Topic Number Property Sub-Topic Even – Odd Difficulty Medium [/one_third_last] Solution Given In this question,

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If 2.00X and 3.00Y are 2 numbers in decimal form with thousandths digits X and Y, is 3(2.00X) > 2(3.00Y)? – OG 2020 Question #370 with Solution

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[two_third] OG 2020: Question No. 370 If 2.00X and 3.00Y are 2 numbers in decimal form with thousandths digits X and Y, is 3(2.00X) > 2(3.00Y)? 3X < 2Y X < Y – 3 [/two_third] [one_third_last] Source OG 2020 Type Data Sufficiency Topic Algebra/Number Properties Sub-Topic Inequalities/Basics Difficulty Hard [/one_third_last] Solution Steps 1 & 2:

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