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Properties of Circle & Circle Formula

What is a Circle and its properties? (Definition, Formulas, Examples)

A circle is a closed shape formed by tracing a point that moves in a plane such that its distance from a given point is constant. The word circle is derived from the Greek...

Improve accuracy in GMAT Math questions on Polygons

A polygon is a two-dimensional closed figure made up of at least 3 line segments. Polygons, as a topic, will pose some of the most challenging GMAT Math questions. Most of...
Lines and angles GMAT quant preparation e-GMAT

Lines and Angles – Definitions, Properties, Types, Practice Questions

Ancient mathematicians introduced the concept of lines to represent straight objects which had negligible width and depth. Considered as a breadth less length by Euclid,...
Properties of Circle & Circle Formula

What is a Circle and its properties? (Definition, Formulas, Examples)

A circle is a closed shape formed by tracing a point that moves in a plane such that its distance from a given point is constant. The word circle is...

Improve accuracy in GMAT Math questions on Polygons

A polygon is a two-dimensional closed figure made up of at least 3 line segments. Polygons, as a topic, will pose some of the most challenging GMAT...
Lines and angles GMAT quant preparation e-GMAT

Lines and Angles – Definitions, Properties, Types, Practice Questions

Ancient mathematicians introduced the concept of lines to represent straight objects which had negligible width and depth. Considered as a breadth...

GMAT Problem Solving – 3 mistakes you must avoid in Time and Work questions

GMAT problem solving questions on Time and Work can be solved easily and quickly provided you do not make mistakes while solving them. In the last...

GMAT Word Problems | Application of Average Speed in Time – Distance Problems

GMAT Word problems on Time, and Speed, and Distance are based on the simple formula of  D = S x T, where D is the distance, S is speed and T is...

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If Car A took n hours to travel 2 miles and Car B took m hours to travel 3 miles, which of the following expresses the time it would take Car C, traveling at the average (arithmetic mean) of those rates, to travel 5 miles? – OGQR 2020 Question #79 with Solution

A < 1 min read OGQR 2020: Question No. 79 If Car A took n hours to travel 2 miles and Car B took m hours to travel 3 miles, which of the following expresses the time it would take Car C, traveling at the average (arithmetic...

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