GRE Functions

Our chapter on GRE functions enables you to learn each and every minuscule detail about GRE functions and covers problems ranging from easy to difficult. An algebraic expression of only one variable may be defined as a function, usually f or g, of that variable. Example:   What is the value of the function When x […]

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GRE Speed, Distance Problems

Our chapter on GRE Speed, distance problems will make solving a question on GRE Speed, distance an easy task for you. We have just focused on how to use simple formula Speed × Time = Distance. You are supposed to go through our chapter and solve all the problems on GRE Speed, distance problems. The mathematical model […]

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GRE Time and Work

Problem on GRE Time and Work may appear in any of the quantitative reasoning format and these problems on GRE time and work may cause anxiety for test takers, but by going through our chapter on GRE Time and Work with a slightly clever ability to understand you can attempt each and every problem accurately. […]

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GRE Percentage

Percentage. We utter this word daily in our real life. You will absolutely get one or more GRE percentage problem in your exam. GRE percentage problems are slightly more tricky than our real life problems. By going through our chapter you will learn how to attack on a GRE percentage problem. The concept of percentage […]

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GRE Exponents

We are absolutely sure that you will get problem on GRE exponents on test day. In our chapters on GRE exponents we have covered from each and every property to difficult problems on GRE exponents. If you go through our article carefully problems can’ t trick you if they meant to trick you. Problem 1) […]

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GRE Averages

Understanging GRE averages is pretty easy and problems on GRE averages are pretty easy. Just bu going through our chapter on GRE averages you can solve each and every problem efficiently and effectively. The average of a number is a measure of the central tendency of a set of numbers. In other words, it is […]

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GRE: COORDINATE GEOMETRY

Two real number lines that are perpendicular to each other and that intersect at their respective zero points define a rectangular coordinate system. Often called the x-y coordinate system or x-y plane. The horizontal number line is called the x-axis and the vertical number line is called the y-axis. The point where the two axes intersect is called the origin, denoted by O. […]

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GRE: PROBABILITY

Probability means the chance of the occurrence of an event. In layman terms, we can say that it is the likelihood that something- that is defined as the event will or will not occur. In probability, our first approach is to define the event and then we approach to find out the probability of an […]

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GRE Quantitative reasoning format

The quantitative reasoning measure has four types of questions: Quantitative Comparison questions Multiple-choice questions-Select One Answer Choice Multiple-choice questions-Select One or More Answer Choices Numeric Entry questions Each question appears either independently as a discrete question or as part of a set of questions called a Data Interpretation set. All of the questions in a […]

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