QuestionA shop sells two variants of chocolates - one that costs $3 and the other that costs $5. If the shop sold $108 chocolates on a given day, how many different combinations of (number of $3 sold, number of $5 sold) exist?A. 6B. 7C. 15D. 8E. 12Correct Answer : Choice D. 8Explanatory AnswerLet the shop sell x numbers of the $3variant and y numbers of the $5 variant.So, 3x + … [Read more...] about Linear Equations : Common Multiples

# GMAT Word Problems Practice

## GMAT PS : Percents, Ratio

QuestionOf the new vehicles registered in a week, 300 were neither SUVs nor were they powered by diesel. 3/4th of the SUVs registered were diesel powered and there were half as many SUVs as there were non SUVs. If SUVs not powered by diesel were a sixth of non SUVs not powered by diesel, how many vehicles registered in the week were powered by diesel?A. 200B. 50C. 250D. 150E. … [Read more...] about GMAT PS : Percents, Ratio

## GMAT Word Problem : Quadratic Equations

This question is a word problem. A problem solving question that tests your ability to frame an equation and solve it to get the answer.Question3 women and a few men participated in a chess tournament. Each player played two matches with each of the other players. If the number of matches that men played among themselves is 78 more than those they played with the women, how … [Read more...] about GMAT Word Problem : Quadratic Equations