### Absolute Values and Inequalities

Absolute values

The absolute value represents the distance from zero on a number line. Mathematically absolute of X is written as |X|. Absolute value is always positive because it disregar …

### Integrated Reasoning

The very first reason of testing MBA aspirants on Integrated Reasoning (IR) is analysis of Data! B-schools need to know how good the applicant is in real life data analysis say with regards …

### The ‘Prime’ Importance of Prime Numbers

In the previous article we discussed a few Data Sufficiency examples on Prime numbers. Let’s enjoy some more.

1. A Pierpont prime is a prime number ‘t’, such that t = 2k X 3m + 1 . …

### The Ratios; the fun of being one over the other

A commonly misunderstood concept in most competitive exams is the Ratio! Roughly, what we mean by ratio is something over something (x/y). So, we have a Numerator (the upper part of a fract …

### Usher in Another Academic Year!

Good luck to all prospective GMAT students. With a few changes on the anvil, the GMAT is in for a minor facelift that could translate into major benefits for test takers. So all said …