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"Who" vs "Whom" on SC

"Who" is the "subject" form."Whom" is the "object" form.

In DS, "no" can very well be an answer.

Question: Is X = 7?
(1): X is not a prime number.
(1) is sufficient. Because (1) leads to "No, X is not equal to 7".

"Do so" is the correct usage when "so" refers to an action.
"Do it" is the correct usage when "it" refers to a noun.

As "do" generally refers to actions, "do so" is more often correct than "do it".

Spot the error: Teacher taught that the Earth revolved around the sun.

"revolved" is not correct. It must be "revolves".(Universal truths are always conveyed in simple present tense).

In DS, "combine" the two statements only when each statement fails alone.

Q. If X is an integer, is X a multiple of 12?
(1) Two of the factors of X are 5 and 7.
(2) X is a product of two odd integers.

The answer is not C.
The answer is B.

In DS, an answer is achieved only when the answer is "consistent".

Q. Is X a multiple of 24?
(1) X is a multiple of 6.
(2) X is a multiple of 4.

X = 24 satisfies both (1) and (2), leads to "Yes".
X = 12 satisfies both (1) and (2), leads to "No".
"Inconsistent". Hence, insufficient. Answer is E.

Irrational: Can’t be presented in p/q form, where p and q are integers. Ex: √3, Pi

Rational: Can be presented in p/q form, where p and q are integers. Ex: 2, 0.45, 3/7, etc.

Commas cannot join two independent clauses.Incorrect: Amy sings, she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings; she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings, and she enjoys it.

Difference between "Inference" and "Conclusion" on CR:

- Inference is any statement that can be derived from the passage, without any assumptions or extrapolations
- Conclusion is the main point of the passage.

- "Conclusion" is a subset of "Inferences".
-- The "main inference".

RCs make or break your GMAT.Practice RCs everyday!

Don't exhaust official material early- it's a common mistake.Save it for the last few weeks.

Be cautious when you see "numbers" in CR questions.
- Often, the key to solving the question lies in those numbers.

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