In the figure above, is the area of triangular region ABC

In the figure above, is the area of triangular region ABC equal to the area of triangular region DBA? GMAT Explanation In the figure above, is the area of triangular region ABC equal to the area of triangular region DBA? (1) (AC)^2 = 2(AD)^2 (2) ∆ABC is isosceles. This is a tough GMAT Data Sufficiency

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Seven pieces of rope have an average (arithmetic mean)

Seven pieces of rope have an average (arithmetic mean) length of 68 centimeters and a median length of 84 centimeters. If the length of the longest piece of rope is 14 centimeters more than 4 times the length of the shortest piece of rope, what is the maximum possible length, in centimeters, of the longest

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GMAT at Home in Mid April

GMAT Available at Home in Mid April Yes. Today I wrote about the GRE at home and suggested that although in a GRE-at-home-world anything is possible the GMAT would not be brought to your living room. Well, things have changed rapidly. The GMAT at home is coming in mid-April.

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GRE Now Available for at Home Testing (no joke)

Yes, you read that right. The GRE can now be taken at home. With Pearson Vue test centers closed until April 16th due to Coronavirus, ETS, the owner of GRE, the general admissions test which has also started competing fiercely with GMAT for MBA, has taken a bold step to keep testing moving forward.

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GMAT Rescheduling Fee Changes (again)

Due to customer feedback (read: people complaining bitterly about GMAC nickel and diming them) GMAC has restructured rescheduling and cancellation fees for the GMAT. The further out you cancel or reschedule the more money you save.

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