An interesting number properties question that tests your understanding of odd numbers, even numbers and inequalities.Question If x is a positive integer such that (x-1)(x-3)(x-5)....(x-93) < 0, how many values can x take? A. 47 B. 23 C. 46 D. 21 E. 22Correct Answer Choice B. x can take 23 values. Explanation Video … [Read more...] about GMAT PS : Inequalities & Number Properties

# GMAT Inequalities

## Inequalities and Number Properties DS

Inequalities and Number Properties Data Sufficiency QuestionIf m,n ≠0, is m^n > n^n? (1) |m| = n(2) m < n … [Read more...] about Inequalities and Number Properties DS

## GMAT Data Sufficiency Practice : Inequalities & Number Properties

QuestionIs a + b > 0?1. a - b > 02. |a| < |b|Correct Answer is Choice C. Both statements together are sufficient to answer the question.Explanatory AnswerAn "IS" question is answered when you can provide a definite YES or a definite NO as an answer to the question using the data.We need to answer if a + b > 0.Statement 1: a - b > 0.We can infer that a > b.If … [Read more...] about GMAT Data Sufficiency Practice : Inequalities & Number Properties

## GMAT DS : Quadratic Equation

A relatively easy Data Sufficiency question. Combines concepts in quadratic equation and inequalities involving quadratic expressions.Is x = 3?1. x2 + 6x + 9 = 02. x2 + 7x - 21 > 0The correct answer is Choice A. Statement 1 alone is sufficient; statement 2 is not. Explanatory Answer The question to be answered is "Is x = 3?". An "Is" question is answered if you are able to … [Read more...] about GMAT DS : Quadratic Equation

## GMAT Data Sufficiency – Statistics: Mean Median

This data sufficiency question tests your understanding of Inequalities and descriptive statistics.QuestionIs 'b' the median of 3 numbers a, b, and c?1. b/a = c/b2. ab < 0The correct answer is C. Both the statements together are sufficient to answer the question.Explanatory answerWhen the numbers a, b, and c are arranged in an ascending order, the middle number is the … [Read more...] about GMAT Data Sufficiency – Statistics: Mean Median