**The Essential Guide to**** GMAT**** Math **

**This core Guide is an absolute MUST if you aiming at 700+**

**The Winners’ Guide exclusively covers Algebra, Arithmetic, Sets, Geometry & Coordinate Geometry**

**FULL coverage of ALL topics & sub topics starting from the basics
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**PLUS over 180 fully solved problems covering each chapter of the above topics**

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**GMAT Math is easy!** Well that is what I thought when I was preparing for the exam.

But I knew better when I missed a perfect 800 score in the GMAT because of some mistakes on the math section.

And from my personal experience, I can say that a lot of students with Math/science background feel the same way.

On the other hand, there are students who shudder at the very thought of facing a math problem.

Well, neither of these approaches are conducive to a high math score.

What is required is a thorough study of the fundamentals, a basic grasp of the concepts, and developing an ability to apply these concepts to the gmat type problems.

Then comes the ability to solve a gmat problem in multiple ways, the ability to use shortcuts when stumped, and the ability to guess intelligently.

Whether you are a novice or a math expert, you do need to brush up /build up your fundamentals, and then go on to the tougher problems.

And this is Exactly what the ‘Winners’ Guide to GMAT Math does.

It helps you to develop a solid **understanding of the underlying concepts**, builds upon this understanding by providing various **different types of examples**, exposes to **alternative ways** of looking at a particular problem, and finally shows you **how to use shortcuts.**

**Unique Features of the Essential Guide to GMAT Math **

- Comprehensive coverage of Algebra, Arithmetic, Sets Geometry & Coordinate Geometry for the GMAT.
**All Theory & Questions based around the Actual GMAT**questions that have appeared on these topics in the recent past.- All topics & subtopics covered extensively over
**210+ pages.** - Over
**180+ fully solved problems**to ensure in depth understanding of All concepts. **No Superfluous Material**. You study ONLY what is required for the GMAT. No learning difficult concepts or theories that will never get tested on the GMAT.**Instant Delivery:**Since this is an eBook, you will be able to download it instantaneously after you have made the payment.

__Table of Content__

*INDICES*

-Surds

**AVERAGE**

– Mode

– Median

– Arithmetic mean

– Weighted Arithmetic mean

– Geometric mean

– Average Speed

– Short Cut to Calculate Average Speed

– Practice Problems

**MIXTURES & ALLIGATIONS**

– Background

– Graphical Representation of Alligation

– The Cross Method

– The Straight Line Approach

**PERCENTAGES**

– Definition

– Importance of Base for Calculations

– Concept of Percentage Change

– Difference between the Percentage Point Change and the Percentage Change

– Calculating Percentage Values through additions

– Percentage Change Graphic

– Effect of a Change in Both Numerator and Denominator on the Ratio

– Practice Problems

**PROFIT AND LOSS**

-Worked Out Problems

**INTEREST**

– Time Value of Money

– Terminology

– Depreciation

– Practice Problems

*RATIO, PROPORTION AND VARIATION*

– Important Properties of Equal Ratios

– PRACTICE PROBLEMS

**WORK**

– Background

– The Concept of Negative Work

– Work Equivalence Method

– Practice PROBLEMS

**TIME, SPEED AND DISTANCE**

– Relative Speed

– Acceleration

– Boats and Streams

– Circular motion

– Clocks

**GEOMETRY : Lines, Angles & Triangles**

– Straight Lines

– Triangles

– Important Terms

**Geometry: Polygons & Quadrilaterals**

– Regular Hexagon

– Quadrilaterals

– Rhombus

– Square

– Geometry: Circles

– Properties of Circles

– Tangents

– Ellipse

– Star

*MENSURATION*

– Cuboid

– Cube of side s

– Prism

– Cylinder

– Pyramid

– Cone

– Sphere

– Frustum of a cone

– PRACTICE PROBLEMS

**SETS & Venn Diagrams**

– Background

– Different Ways of Representing a Set

– Types of Sets

– Operations on Sets

– Set Algebra

– Some Important Results

– Practice PROBLEMS

**INEQUALITIES**

– Background

– Properties of Inequalities

– Definitions of slack inequalities

– Certain Important Inequalities

– Some Important Results

– Solving Linear Inequalities in one Unknown

– Solving Quadratic Inequalities

– System of Inequalities in one Unknown

– Inequalities with Absolute Value Function

– Practice Problems

**COORDINATE GEOMETRY**

– Cartesian Coordinate System

– Illustration

– Centre of Gravity or Centroid of a Triangle

– An Important Result

**EQUATIONS**

– Linear Equation With One Variable

– Simultaneous Equations

– Quadratic Equations

– Roots of a quadratic equation

– Discriminant

– Relation between roots and coefficients

– Equations reducible to Quadric Equations

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