## Math Workout for the New GMAT, 4th Edition: Revised and Updated for the New GMATIf you need to know it for the new, next-generation GMAT, it’s in this book. Math Workout for the New GMAT, 4th Edition has been optimized for e-readers, with all questions, answers, and explanations cross-linked for easy on-screen viewing. It includes:• More than 220 practice questions with full answer explanations to show you exactly what to expect on the Quantitative section of the new GMAT, covering data sufficiency, statistics, algebra, geometry, and more • A thorough introduction to the brand-new Integrated Reasoning section and question types: table analysis, graphics interpretation, multi-source reasoning, and two-part analysis • Proven strategies for acing tricky data sufficiency problems • Tips and tricks to help you effectively manage your time on geometry and algebra questions |

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### Contents

Data Sufficiency I | 17 |

Terms of Endearment | 51 |

Geometry 167 | 152 |

Data Sufﬁciency2 | 205 |

About the Author | 285 |

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