Fundamental Counting Principle
In general, if there are m choices for doing one thing, and after that occurs, there are n choices
for doing another, and then together they can be done in m x n ways.
If one event can occur in m ways and a second event can
In this exercise we see how to use table controls in screen painter.
We will look into two situations :
1. We will create a screen and use the table control object in that screen to display the data.
2. We will design two screens First screen will have tw
CR TOPIC-WISE
EXERCISES
(700-800 LEVEL)
1
The 700-800 Club
Critical Reasoning
Critical Reasoning Topic 1: CONCLUSION
1.
2.
In the United States, about $5,200 per person per year is spent on health care, while in Britain the amount is about
half that. A re
TIP: many of these problems act in GMAT zone, so beware of ZIP trap.
1. The sum of n consecutive positive integers is 45. What is the value of n?
(1) n is even
(2) n < 9
2. Is a product of three integers XYZ a prime?
(1) X=-Y
(2) Z=1
3. Multiplication of
Lately, many questions were asked about the standard deviation. So I'm posting here my collection of DS problems on SD, plus some tips about
it.
Please note the following:
A. I was assured MANY TIMS, by various GMAT tutors, that GMAT won't ask you to actu
1. The sum of n consecutive positive integers is 45. What is the value of n?
(1) n is even
(2) n < 9
(1) n=2 -> 22+23=45, n=4 -> n=6 x1+(x1+1)+(x1+2)+(x1+3)+(x1+4)+(x1+5)=45 x1=5. At least two options for n. Not sufficient.
(2) n<9 same thing not sufficie
1.
A. (x/3)/2=k+1 <=> x=6k+3 <=> x= 9,15,21,.
Plug in numbers: 9/4 gives remainder of 1, 15/4 gives remainder of 3 =>
Insufficient
B. x/5 is an integer. Since x>0 that means that x=5k <=> x=5,10,15.
Plug in numbers: 5/4 gives remainder of 1, 10/4 gives re
GMAT ?
PROBLEM SOLVING
Section 21
30 Minutes 20 Questions
$18,000 and the total monthly payroll for
the 36 office workers is $63,000. By how
much does the average (arithmetic mean)
monthly salary of an office worker exceed
that of a production worker in t
1. Explanation:
Statements (1) and (2) are both insufficient by themselves because they tell us nothing about the data in the
other months. We are left with either (C) or (E) as potential answers. Since we know the standard deviation for
the two halves of
Comprehensive SC Guide
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GMAT ?
PROBLEM SOLVING
Section 31
25 Minutes 16 Questions
(A) 188
(B) 258
(C) 376
(D) 470
(E) 517
1. If x is 11 percent greater than 80, then x =
(A) 70.9
(B) 71.2
(C) 88.0
(D) 88.8
(E) 91.0
5. If 2 x 2 4 x 5 x 2 2 x x 2 5 , then
x2
(A) 0
(B) 4
(C) 10
(D
The next set of tough and tricky DS questions. I'll post OA's with detailed explanations after some discussion. Please, post your solutions along with the answers. Good
luck!
1. Jules and Jim both invested certain amount of money in bond M for one year, w
ANSWERS
1. An integer greater than 1 that is not prime is called composite. If the two-digit integer n is greater than 20, is n composite?
(1) The tens digit of n is a factor of the units digit of n.
(2) The tens digit of n is 2.
Given:
-> two digit integ
User: crejoc
1. A
2. able + infinitive
3. ability to
4. accede to
5. access to
6. acclaimed as is the correct idiom (Acclaimed to be is wrong)
7. accompanied by
8. according to
9. account for (When explaining something)
10. on account of
11. account to (W
1. An integer greater than 1 that is not prime is called composite. If the two-digit integer n is greater than 20, is n composite?
(1) The tens digit of n is a factor of the units digit of n.
(2) The tens digit of n is 2.
2. Is the measure of one of the i
Combinatory and probability
1. In a workshop there are 4 kinds of beds, 3 kinds of closets, 2 kinds of shelves and 7
kinds of chairs. In how many ways can a person decorate his room if he wants to buy
in the workshop one shelf, one bed and one of the foll
Compilation of tips and tricks to deal with remainders. : GMAT Math Questions and Intellectual Discussions
Hi guys,
This is in conjunction with another post which has questions
dealing with remainders (collection-of-remainder-problems-ingmat-74776.html).
SAP R/3 Document : BDC - Recording
BDC RECORDING
1. Use the T/Code - SM35 to get to the BDC Input screen.
2. Press Recording to initiate the recording session.
3. Enter the name of the recording session [start always with Z ] and use the create
function.
SAP R/3 Document : Introduction To BAPIS
Introduction to BAPIs
Definition
The SAP Business Objects held in the Business Object Repository (BOR) encapsulate their
data and processes. External access to the data and processes is only possible by means of
sp
700+ GMAT Data Sufficiency Questions With Explanations
Collected by Bunuel
Solutions by Bunuel
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1. Probability / Combinatorics
If 2 different representatives are to be selected at random from a group of 10 employees
and if p is the probability
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BDC & Programming Interfaces (Scheduling)
With the programming interfaces you can schedule and manage background-processing jobs
through your programs
Programming Interface provides two function modules for scheduling and ma
1. A password on Mr. Wallace's briefcase consists of 5 digits. What is the probability that the password contains exactly three digit 6?
A. 860/90,000
B. 810/100,000
C. 858/100,000
D. 860/100,000
E. 1530/100,000
Solution: baker-s-dozen-128782-20.html#p105
Analysis of an Argument Questions for the GMAT Exam
This document contains all Analysis of an Argument questions used on the GMAT exam. Each question is followed by this statement: Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument. In your discussion be su
Installing the Mini SAP
Basis System
Link http:/www.s001.org/DNL/MBSInstall.htm
System Requirements
Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0, Service Pack 4 or higher
Internet Explorer 4.01 or higher
At least 128 MB RAM
At least 256 MB paging file
At least 2.2 GB d
Arithmetic & Algebra formulas:
Properties of Numbers
Formula
1. For any number a, exactly one of the following is true: a is Negative or Positive , a=0
2. If a and b are integers, the following four terms are synonymous: a is a divisor of b, a is a factor
Quiz No. 2
Time: 20 Minutes
1.
Source(16) Type C value
Target(7) Type C value
2.
Source(9)
Target(8)
3.
Source(20) Type C value
Target(7) Type P value
-23abcde45678
_
4.
Source
Target(7)
Type P value
Type C value
12345678987543_
5.
Source
Target(8)
Type P