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FRACTIONS, DECIMALS, & PERCENTS This guide provides an in-depth look at the variety of GMAT questions that test your knowledge of fractions, decimals, and percents. Learn to see the connections among these part–whole relationships and practice implementing strategic shortcuts. Math Strategy Guide g

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8 GUIDE INSTRUCTIONAL SERIES g Math GMAT Strategy Guides Number Properties (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-4-4) Fractions, Decimals, & Percents (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-2-0) Equations, Inequalities, & VICs (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-1-3) Word Translations (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-7-5) Geometry (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-3-7) Verbal GMAT Strategy Guides Critical Reasoning (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-0-6) Reading Comprehension (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-5-1) Sentence Correction (ISBN: 978-0-9824238-6-8)

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5 May 1st, 2009 Dear Student, Thank you for picking up one of the Manhattan GMAT Strategy Guides—we hope that it refreshes your memory of the junior-high math that you haven’t used in years. Maybe it will even teach you a new thing or two. As with most accomplishments, there were many people involved in the various iterations of the book that you’re holding. First and foremost is Zeke Vanderhoek, the founder of Manhattan GMAT. Zeke was a lone tutor in New York when he started the Company in 2000. Now, nine years later, MGMAT has Instructors and offices nationwide, and the Company contributes to the studies and successes of thousands of students each year. Our 4th Edition Strategy Guides are based on the continuing experiences of our Instructors and our stu- dents. We owe much of these latest editions to the insight provided by our students. On the Company side, we are indebted to many of our Instructors, including but not limited to Josh Braslow, Dan Gonzalez, Mike Kim, Stacey Koprince, Ben Ku, Jadran Lee, David Mahler, Ron Purewal, Tate Shafer, Emily Sledge, and of course Chris Ryan, the Company’s Lead Instructor and Director of Curriculum Development. At Manhattan GMAT, we continually aspire to provide the best Instructors and resources possible. We hope that you’ll find our dedication manifest in this book. If you have any comments or questions, please e-mail me at [email protected] I’ll be sure that your comments reach Chris and the rest of the team—and I’ll read them too.
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