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GMAT Crash Course: All In One

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1. noun - Not surprisingly - Robert De Niro is a native of New York City

2. Any negative number raised to an odd power stays

3. Difference

4. If you contrast one politician's ethics with another's - you will find no difference

5. She was so blunt that many considered her rude.

6. Each of the schools he applied to had it own strengths. Is used when you want to emphasize that items are separate

7. Whole number

8. Many wrongly consider Henry Kissinger the greatest statesman of the twentieth century.

9. Give a child as much love as you can. No human can read that amount of material in an hour.

10. more - -er - between

11. Fractional Exponents

12. Denominator

13. Numerator

14. Dividend

15. Please try to chew with your month closed at the awards dinner tonight.

16. Strengthen

17. Who left the door open?-subject - He left the door open

18. He has an ability to turn around a failing business

19. Reducing fractions

20. Fractions

21. Much - amount - less

22. Use the

23. Verb Tense

24. You should use a singular verb.... The number of excuses grows every time he tells the story.

25. Decimals

26. Although she looks much older - Faye Dunaway is the same age as my mother's.

27. Factors

28. Zero

29. A # is divisible by 3 if

30. I am responsible for feeding the parakeet.

31. Divisible

32. A # is divisble by 6 if

33. I'll go out with you when the clock strikes thirteen - and not a moment

34. Extreme

35. Route 66 is a highway that runs from Chicago to Los Angeles.

36. A hypothesis that the aluminum in soda cans causes Alzheimer's disease is circulating on the Internet.

37. Simple Past

38. Joe is so smart as to be intimidating.

39. Plugging in

40. I no longer believe the tooth fairy to be real

41. Any positive number greater than 1 - raised to the power greater than 1

42. You should admit you're afraid of both clowns and elephants .

43. Consecutive

44. The basketball player is not tall - but he is fast

45. She thinks of me as just a friend

46. The more you eat - the fatter you get

47. Between cake and ice cream - I like ice cream more.

48. Prime numbers

49. Among the there sisters - Cinderella was the most beautiful

50. Adding/subtractin fractions