GMAT Exponents and Roots Problem Set: Excerpt

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Among the many resources I've created for GMAT Preparation are (1800) practice quantitative problems. (You can see the full list by clicking here.) One of those sets is devoted entirely to a pair of tricky content areas: exponents and roots.

My sets of problems are some of the most valuable, realistic question banks available on the GMAT-prep market. To get a better idea of what I'm offering, I am making available an excerpt of ten questions--5 Problem Solving and 5 Data Sufficiency, complete with answers and explanations--from the Exponents and Roots set.

Click here to view the excerpt. Like the problem sets themselves, it is a PDF file.

You can buy the full set (and the seventeen others!) by clicking here, and you can find out more about the difficulty level of my problem sets by clicking here.

 

 

About the author: Jeff Sackmann has written many GMAT preparation books, including the popular Total GMAT Math, Total GMAT Verbal, and GMAT 111. He has also created explanations for problems in The Official Guide, as well as 1,800 practice GMAT math questions.

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