In this video I discuss how GMAT data sufficiency questions trap a test taker and what you can do to avoid the traps.
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In this video I discuss how GMAT data sufficiency questions trap a test taker and what you can do to avoid the traps.
Try the following GMAT Problem Solving question on conditions under which algebraic expressions are undefined.
Question 51:
For what real values of $x$ is the expression $\dfrac{3(x+3)}{(x-1)(x+2)}$ not defined ?
Try the following GMAT Problem Solving question on plane geometry and finding area of a rectangular picture frame.
Question 50:
The figure below shows a picture frame that consists of a rectangular photograph(white region) surrounded by a border of uniform width of $x$ inches. The perimeter of the photograph is $27$ inches, and the area of the border(grey region) is $70$ square inches. What is the perimeter in inches of the entire picture frame including the border?
Try the following GMAT data sufficiency question that tests your understanding of dealing with algebraic inequalities.
Question 49:
If $x$ and $y$ are positive, is $x>y$ ?
Try the following GMAT Problem Solving question on finding terms of a general sequence.
Question 48:
In a sequence each term after the first term is one less than twice the previous term. If the third term of the sequence is $t$, then what is the first term expressed in terms of $t$ ?