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Example QC #1 If only we had calculators…then this problem would be a piece of cake! Well, for those of you taking the new GRE, you will have a calculator, so this problem would be a breeze. But for those … Continue reading
Example Difficult Arithmetic Problem These problems aren’t difficult because they use particularly complicated mathematical principles — they’re difficult because they’re a little tricky. They require you to think a little beyond what’s given directly to you. This problem looks a … Continue reading