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  1. Thread: luminosity

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    i'd go for E as well. 'its' is the right pronoun....

    i'd go for E as well. 'its' is the right pronoun. c is verbose
  2. I would say A. Subject remains consistent...

    I would say A.

    Subject remains consistent throught the sentence so no need for the past perfect.

    In B, correct form should be "had been destroyed".
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    where is this question from? all the pronouns...

    where is this question from? all the pronouns seem to be out of wack
  4. I would choose A. Question stem states that...

    I would choose A.

    Question stem states that all of the statements presented in the argument are true, which includes "All of John’s friends say they know someone..." This means that none of his...
  5. Thread: Poll

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    Can't be B because the arguments states that 50%+...

    Can't be B because the arguments states that 50%+ voted for extreme candidates. So the 50%- should've voted for moderate candidates.
  6. D The argument implies that the electronics...

    D

    The argument implies that the electronics company inside Country S originally could not compete with its competition based on price (hence the reason for the tarriff). This means that the...
  7. Thread: Poll

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    E for me. can't be C because it contradicts the...

    E for me. can't be C because it contradicts the argument. C is essentially saying that voters with moderate political views WILL vote for candidates who DO express moderate political views but NOT...
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    Kundan - nice explanation! mightyalworth -...

    Kundan - nice explanation!

    mightyalworth - Just start one person back so the starting point will be 4! instead of 5! Answer to your modified question should be 240.
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    e.cartman's explanation is correct. GoISB -...

    e.cartman's explanation is correct.

    GoISB - I'm not sure if I follow your question. The person is going 3ft/sec faster than the group in front of him, so he will close the gap of 120ft in 40...
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    1. I first tried to find the largest prime factor...

    1. I first tried to find the largest prime factor for h(100) because my logic was that the largest prime factor for h(100) would be pretty darn close to the largest prime factor for h(100)+1 AND...
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    Hi aim, could you kindly email me this document...

    Hi aim, could you kindly email me this document when u get a chance? Thanks so much.
  12. Thread: Arithmetic

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    No need for original number of members. The...

    No need for original number of members. The problem tells us that .2X = .3Y holds. We just need to know if one is bigger than the other.
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    Question To Those That Finished

    First off, congratulations on finishing the exam!

    Secondly, to the ones that have done the MGMAT CATs, did you solve the problems, particularly quants, in a timed condition?

    Thanks a bunch.
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    The answer is (B) 20sqrt2 + 10sqrt5. Having...

    The answer is (B) 20sqrt2 + 10sqrt5.

    Having two hypotenuse will result in shortest path because you have two chances to square root a portion of the 40m distance. If you just go from top of 20m...
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    Thanks 3Gs. Much appreciated.

    Thanks 3Gs. Much appreciated.
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