Our Blog

Strategies, Sample Questions, and Random Ramblings.

Each program is tailored to you based on your goals and your results.

GMAT Quadratic Equations

by ejkiv


July 18, 2015


Quadratic equations will come in the form of something that looks like this: In this example, a, b, and c are constants. In an example that is a bit easier to digest, you will see the equation written out like this: In the above example, a=1, b=5 and c=6.  You will likely not need to know the formula in its abstract form; however, variables may be in place of a constant and you will have to solve for the variable. When that happens it is very important to know that all of the constants ...

Read More

Beat The GMAT
The GMAT/MBA Library | Add your site