Fifth Ed. - Fractions, Decimals, & Percents
The Fractions, Decimals, & Percents Guide delves into all the surprisingly tricky ways to represent and test part-whole relationships on the GMAT. It covers not only fundamental principles and techniques but also nuanced strategies for handling tough GMAT problems that involve fractions, decimals, and percents.
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Chapter by Chapter
Digits & Decimals
Digits; Decimals; Place Value; Rounding to the Nearest Place Value; Adding Zeroes to Decimals; Powers of 10: Shifting the Decimal; Decimal Operations
Numerator and Denominator Rules; Simplifying Fractions; Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers; The Multiplication Shortcut; No Addition or Subtraction Shortcuts; Dividing Fractions: Use the Reciprocal; Division in Disguise; Comparing Fractions: Cross-Multiply; Never Split the Denominator
Percents as Decimals: Multiplication Shortcut; Percent, Of, Is, What; Percent Increase and Decrease; Percent Change vs. Percent of Original; Successive Percents; Interest Formulas
Label Each Part of the Ratio with Units; Proportions; The Unknown Multiplier; Multiple Ratios: Make a Common Term
Common FDP Equivalents; Converting Among Fractions, Decimals, and Percents; When to Use Which Form
Data Sufficiency Basics; What Does “Sufficient” Mean?; The DS Process; Putting It All Together; Putting It All Together (Again); Concrete Values vs. Relative Values; Smart Numbers: Multiples of the Denominators; When Not to Use Smart Numbers; Smart Numbers: Pick 100; Benchmark Values
Repeating Decimals; Terminating Decimals; Using Place Value on the GMAT; The Last Digit Shortcut; Unknown Digits Problems; Formulas That Act on Decimals; Chemical Mixtures; Percents and Weighted Averages; Percent Change and Weighted Averages; Estimating Decimal Equivalents
Appendix A: Official Guide Problem Sets
Official Guide Problem Sets; Problem Solving set; Data Sufficiency Set
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