Fifth Ed. - Number Properties
The Number Properties Guide delves into all the characteristics of numbers tested on the GMAT, covering both simple and complicated concepts. Using the fundamental techniques and nuanced strategies developed in this guide, students will be able to tackle even the toughest GMAT problems involving prime numbers, consecutive integers, and many other topics.
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6 Computer Adaptive Practice Exams
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Number Properties Online Question Bank
All questions included in this bank (25 total) draw from the subject of Number Properties and are written by Manhattan GMAT's expert Instructors. All Manhattan GMAT question banks include questions of varying difficulty levels.
Chapter by Chapter
Divisibility & Primes
Arithmetic Rules; Rules of Divisibility by Certain Integers; Factors and Multiples; Fewer Factors, More Multiples; Divisibility and Addition/Subtraction; Primes; Prime Factorization; Factor Foundation Rule; The Prime Box; Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple; Remainders; Three Ways to Express Remainders; Creating Numbers with a Certain Remainder
Odds, Evens, Positives, & Negatives
Arithmetic Rules of Odds & Evens; The Sum of Two Primes; Representing Evens and Odds Algebraically; Positives & Negatives; Absolute Value: Absolutely Positive; A Double Negative = A Positive; Multiplying & Dividing Signed Numbers; Disguised Positives & Negatives Questions
The Words “OR” and “AND”; Arranging Groups; Arranging Groups with Repetition: The Anagram Grid; Multiple Groups
Calculate the Numerator and Denominator Separately; More Than One Event: “AND vs. “OR”; P(A)+P(Not A)=1; Putting It All Together; The 1-x Probability Trick
Number Properties Strategies
Data Sufficiency Basics; What Does “Sufficient” Mean?; The DS Process; Putting It All Together; Putting It All Together (Again);Testing Odd & Even Cases; Testing Positive & Negative Cases
Extra Divisibility & Primes
Primes; Divisibility and Addition/Subtraction; Advanced GCF and LCM Techniques; Other Applications of Primes & Divisibility; Advanced Remainders; Counting Total Factors
Extra Combinatorics & Probability
Disguised Combinatorics; Arrangements with Constraints; The Domino Effect; Combinatorics and the Domino Effect; Probability Trees
Appendix A: Official Guide Problem Sets
Official Guide Problem Sets; Problem Solving set; Data Sufficiency Set
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