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Question on Polygons - Hexagon's Interior Angles

This is a tough question but certainly GMAT relevant. It does need some ingenuity and we would expect something like this to show up when someone is sitting at Q50-51 score. Even then, getting this wr...

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Question on Polygons - Interior Angles

Today, let's take a look at a polygons question which tests our grasp of number properties and statistics too! This will be seen commonly in GMAT - a question testing multiple topics. That is why we d...

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Geometry - Solving Questions with Diagrams

We have discussed how drawing extreme diagrams can help solve Geometry questions. Today we will see how to solve another Geometry question by making diagrams. The diagram can help you understand exact...

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Geometry - Drawing Extreme Diagrams

Let’s continue with geometry today. We would like to discuss how drawing extreme diagrams can help you solve questions. Most GMAT questions are quite intuitive and hence our non-traditional methods ar...

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Geometry - Using Diagrams for DS Questions

We will discuss how to use diagrams to solve DS questions today. The thought process used for a DS question is different from the thought process used for a PS question. To find whether a statement is...

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Geometry - Dealing with Tangents

Considering a two dimensional figure, a tangent is a line that touches a curve at a single point. In each of these cases, the line touches the curve at a single point. In the case of a circle, when yo...

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Geometry - Equation of a Line

A question brought an interesting situation to our notice. Let’s start by asking a question: How do we write the equation of a line? There are two formulas:

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Geometry - Maximum Distance between Points in 3D Objects

How do we find the the two farthest points on a 3D object? For example, we know that on a circle, any two points that are diametrically opposite will be the farthest from each other than from any othe...

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Geometry - Infinite Figures Inscribed

Sometimes, we come across GMAT geometry questions that involve figures inscribed inside other figures. One shape inside of another shape may not be difficult to work with, but how do we handle problem...