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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 word kirkos, meaning hoop or ring. in this article, we cover the important terms related to circles, their properties, and various

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In this article, we are going to learn about the simplest form of a polygon, a triangle. All polygons can be divided into triangles, or in other words, they are formed by combining two or more triangles. Thus, understanding the basic properties of triangle and their types is essential. Here is an outline of the

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GMAT OG 2020 witnessed the addition of 123 new questions and removal of 23 old questions, thereby increasing the questions by 100 to a total of 907. The most number of questions have been added to Data Sufficiency, i.e., 59 and 3 old questions have been removed increasing the total number of questions in DS

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I am going to start this article by making a statement, and I want you to tell me if you agree with it. The mantra to master GMAT quant or GMAT Math is to learn the concepts that are typically tested on the GMAT and then practice as many questions as one can. I am

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Do you want to score a Q50/51 on GMAT Quant? To ace GMAT Math you should first master the 6 process skills and then practice a few GMAT Quant questions. Therefore, before proceeding with understanding these questions, we’d recommend you take a look at this article on Quant process skills first. If you have already

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In our previous article, we learned this definition of the process skill of ‘infer’ – “Given the information in the question and your conceptual knowledge, what can you deduce so that you come closer to the solution of the question”. We also learned the following aspects of this GMAT Quant topic: To infer, we use

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As the name suggests, this process skill entails conversion of one language into another. In the context of GMAT Quant questions, the two languages are English and Math. Now to do the conversion, one definitely needs to know the acceptable constructs in the two languages. So, you need to know the basics of the English

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