Concepts discussed on July 1, 2017
Algebra  Inequalities
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What is n?

Is x = 3?

Is x = 3?

If * is +  multiplication or division what is 7 * 0?
Statement I: 0 * 5 = 5
Statement II: 5 * 0 = 5 
What is the area of triangle ABC?
Statement I: Two sides are 5 and 10
Statement II: The triangle is an isosceles triangle
Easy Questions

What is the area of triangle ABC whose perimeter is 30?
Statement I: One of the angles is 80
Statement II: The triangle is an isosceles triangle 
What is the area of triangle ABC?
Statement I: Two sides are 6 and 8
Statement II: One of the angles is 90 
What is the value of the largest of five positive integers?
Statement I: The average is 40 and the median is 4
Statement II: The range is 70+ 
Is x^{3} > x^{2}?
Statement I: x > 0
Statement II: x < 1 
Is the quadrilateral ABCD a parallelogram?
Statement I: A pair of opposite sides is parallel
Statement II: A pair of opposite sides is equal 
What is the remainder when N is divided by 14?
Statement I: N divided by 28, the remainder is 20
Statement II: N divided by 7, the remainder is 6 
If N is a positive integer, is N^{2} divisible by 48?
Statement I: N^{3} is a multiple of 24
Statement II: N is a multiple of 18 
Is a > b?
Statement I: a > b
Statement II: a + b < 0 
Is the positive integer P prime?
Statement I: 2^{P}  1 is prime
Statement II: p + 4 is a perfect square