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GMAT Number Properties

Subjects : gmat, math
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Prime factors of _____ must come in pairs of three.






2. The two statements in a data sufficiency problem will _______________.






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4. If N is a divisor of x and y - then _______.






5. When we take an EVEN ROOT - a radical sign means ________. This is _____ even exponents.






6. For ODD ROOTS - the root has ______.






7. The prime factorization of a perfect square contains only ______ powers of primes.






8. Prime Numbers:9x






9. Prime Numbers:2x






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11. Prime Numbers:5x






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13. Prime Numbers:4x






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15. The prime factorization of __________ contains only EVEN powers of primes.






16. All evenly spaced sets are fully defined if:1. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ are known.






17. Prime Numbers:0x






18. Prime Numbers:6x






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20. How to solve: For any positive integer n - the sum of the 1st n positive integers equals n(n+1)/2. What is the sum of all the even integers between 99 and 301? (A) 10 -100 (B) 20 -200 (C) 22 -650 (D) 40 -200 (E) 45 -150






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22. The sum of any two primes will be ____ - unless ______.






23. If the problem states/assumes that a number is an integer - check to see if you can use _______.






24. Prime Numbers:3x






25. Let N be an integer. If you add two non-multiples of N - the result could be _______.






26. Any integer with an ODD number of total factors must be _______.






27. N! is _____ of all integers from 1 to N.






28. The average of an EVEN number of consecutive integers will ________ be an integer.






29. Let N be an integer. If you add a multiple of N to a non-multiple of N - the result is ________.






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31. The average of an ODD number of consecutive integers will ________ be an integer.






32. In an evenly spaced set - the mean and median are equal to the _____ of _________.






33. Any integer with an EVEN number of total factors cannot be ______.






34. 3n + 3n + 3n = _____ = ______






35. In an evenly spaced set - the ____ and the ____ are equal.






36. How to find the sum of consecutive integers:






37. How to solve: Is the integer z divisible by 6? (1) gcd(z -12) = 3 (2) gcd(z -15) = 15






38. If 2 cannot be one of the primes in the sum - the sum must be _____.






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40. Positive integers with only two factors must be ___.






41. On data sufficiency - ALWAYS _______ algebraic expressions when you can. ESPECIALLY for divisibility.






42. The SUM of n consecutive integers is divisible by n if ____ - but not if ______.






43. Prime Numbers:8x






44. The PRODUCT of n consecutive integers is divisible by ____.






45. The formula for finding the number of consecutive multiples in a set is _______.






46. Prime Numbers:1x






47. In an evenly spaced set - the average can be found by finding ________.






48. All perfect squares have a(n) _________ number of total factors.






49. In an evenly spaced set - the sum of the terms is equal to ____.






50. How to solve: If k - m - and t are positive integers and k/6 + m/4 = t/12 - do t and 12 have a common factor greater than 1? 1. k is a multiple of 3 2. m is a multiple of 3