A. Sqrt (20/45)

B. (7 sqrt(3))/sqrt 27

C. 1/sqrt 64

D. 7/3.1

E. sqrt(36/63)

Is the positive number x an integer?

If a, b, and c are non-zero numbers, how many of these three numbers are positive numbers?

In this episode, we dive into structured learning of GMAT Quant concepts. We look at numbers systems - classification of numbers, starting from natural numbers all the way to rational and irrational numbers and real and imaginary numbers. We also discuss odd and even numbers and positive and negative numbers. The episode also includes results of adding, subtracting, and multiplying two odd, two even, one odd and one even number. We repeat this exercise for two positive, two negative, and one positive and one negative number.

The episode ends with three GMAT level practice questions to help consolidate concepts covered. Two of these 3 questions are data sufficiency questions.

We will discuss answers and explanation to these three questions in the next episode.

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Did you know that you do not have access to a scratch pad to do calculations when take the online exam? How will "not having access to a handwritten option to do calculation" impact your performance in the GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Section and the Integrated Reasoning section?

Also, did you know that you cannot preview your score at the end of the test and you do not have the recourse to cancelling the score for the online exam?

Listen to the podcast to get the low-down of the GMAT Online Exam and figure out whether you should opt for this variant.

You may also want to read more details about this on the blog post @ https://gmat.wizako.com/online-gmat-preparation/blog/gmat-news-updates/gmat-online-exam-pros-and-cons/

Plus answer to last episode's question and an interesting question in this episode.

Cheers

K S Baskar & Team Wizako

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I came across an interesting article by a research scholar Sendor about the appropriate use of the definite article in the geosociety.org. In this podcast, I have discussed my learning from Sendor's article and other sources on not just the rules and exceptions governing use of the definite article but also interesting facts and history behind some notable examples.

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Listen in to know the format of the test, the requirements to take the test at home, GMAT fees for the online version, and the process to schedule an appointment for the GMAT exam.

Lastly, there is a quick math question that you can answer to wrap this episode.

Cheers

Baskar & Team Wizako]]>