This week, we’re tackling the GMAT math through a question that a student brought up. At first, the problem seems like a plug-and-chug kind of problem. But with the help of a crucial insight, this problem can be solved much quicker! Watch the video to find out what that insight is. ðŸ™‚

Here’s a still of the final board work:

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please advise as to why is 1 a multiple of all of the 3 primes?

Hi Imran,

1 is not a multiple of these values, but it is a

factorof these values. Does that clarification make sense? ðŸ™‚I LOVE watching Tuesdays with Kevin. You make learning fun! Thank you for including a math problem this week. I was in the process of learning about multiples so this problem solidified my learning. THANK YOU Kevin and Magoosh!

Hi Marie! ðŸ˜€ Thank you for your kind words! I am so happy to hear that this was a timely video for you! ðŸ˜€

Happy Studying!