# Data Sufficiency

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GMAT book 14

Created Jul 29, 2012
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colinmgeorge

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 Side A Side B 1 A figure accompanying a data sufficiency problem will conform to the information given in the... not necessarily conform to the additional information given in statements 1 and 2 2 In data sufficiency problems that ask for the value of a quantity, the data given in the statements in the statements are sufficient only when it is possible... 3 For data sufficiency problems unless instructed otherwise, assume that fractions, negatives and zero are all included in the set of potential values 4 For data sufficiency problems unless instructed otherwise, dont assume that variables represent positive integers 5 Picking numbers is one way to solve data sufficiency problems. Picking numbers can be used when a statemet allows for a range of possible values for an unknown.... 6 When picking numbers for data sufficiency questions do not forget to consider positive and negative integers, positive and negative fractions, ... 7 Generally speaking, you cannot determine one ratio from another when the change involves addition or subtraction 8 If the two statments in a data sufficiency provide the same information in different form,... then the correct answer is D or E 9 In data sufficiency problems, the two statements are factual premises that must be true, because of this, they cannot directly contradict each other 10 In data sufficiency problems, the first statement is often created to be more time consuming. Always start with the easier looking statement. 11 End of data sufficiency End of data sufficiency