Number Properties: Math Preparation Guide, Volume 1
Number Properties (1 of the 7 books in Manhattan GMAT's Preparation Guide series) provides a highly organized and structured approach to the variety of questions in this quantitative content area. Students are presented with a comprehensive analysis of the properties and rules of integers tested on the GMAT--everything from prime products to perfect squares.The book offers a unique balance between two competing emphases: test-taking strategies and in-depth content understanding. Practice problem- sets build specific foundational skills in each topic and include the most advanced content that many other prep books ignore. As the average GMAT score required to gain admission to top b-schools continues to rise, this guide provides test-takers with the depth and volume of advanced material essential for succeeding on the GMAT's computer adaptive format. Book also includes online access to 3 full-length Simulated Practice GMAT Exams at Manhattan GMAT's website.
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absolute value answer the question average base raised combine exponential expressions consecutive set data sufficiency problem DETERMINED Divisibility Rules divisible by 12 divisor example Factor Foundation Rule factors of 72 Find the sum four integers GMAT Quantitative Review GMAT Review GMAT's greatest common factor Guide for GMAT integer is divisible least common multiple lSBN Management Admission Council Manhattan GMAT ManhattanG M AT'Prep ManhattanGM/KY'Prep meaningful rephrasing memorize negative base negative number number line number of consecutive number of terms NUMBER PROPERTIES problems number yields odd number official GMAT exams Official Guide online resources order of operations original sign PEMDAS perfect square positive answer positive integer positive number positive or negative prime factors include prime number prime products problem numbers questions and statements repeated factors rephrase the question set of consecutive Sign rule simplify square roots strategy subtraction sufficient to answer test numbers three consecutive integers yield an integer