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A cafeteria served hamburgers and hot dogs on a certain day. If the cost of each hamburger was \$5 and the cost of each hot dog was \$3, what was

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Here are some tips for tackling one of the most challenging question types which comes in every other competitive exam: “Yes/No” Data Sufficiency questions. These require more practice (and critical

### Quick calculation techniques you need to know !

No calculator In CET? No problem. With an arsenal of mental CET math tricks at your disposal, you won’t need no stinkin’ calculator. Here are some ways to get ahead

### Solving surface area questions by using rules of algebra!

If a rectangular box has two faces, each with an area of 30, two faces with areas of 60 each, and two faces with areas of 72 each, what is

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When faced with Geometry problems with variables, many test takers will approach the question with fear, believing they are forgetting some obscure geometric rule that is the only path towards

### Simplifying Fractions .

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### When to avoid Number plugging

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### Expressions and Equations

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