# GMAT Math

GMAT math can seem overwhelming unless you're prepared! Learn everything you need to know to score your best on the GMAT quantitative section.

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Ace those tricky GMAT data sufficiency questions on test day by practicing with these expertly-written strategies and problems.

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Explore GMAT math basics with expert explanations and practice.

Practice your GMAT quantitative skills with a series of GMAT word problems.

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Here’s a set of 10 practice DS questions about Geometry.

This article is continued from the first, on “Translating from Words to Math.” First of all, here are four word problems that present issues with assigning variables. 1) Each month, after Jill pays for rent, utilities, food, and other necessary expenses, she has one fifth of her net monthly salary left as discretionary income. Of […]

Today, we’re going to review the last two questions from the Tricky Data Sufficiency Questions practice post. If you’re just tuning in, give the questions a shot, check your answers here, and then review the explanations to questions #1-2, #3-4, and #5-6. Ready? Let’s move along. Question #7 7. If p + q = 2r […]

Today, we present the explanations for questions #5-6 from our Tricky Data Sufficiency Questions challenge. Be sure to check out the explanations for questions #1-2, and questions #3-4 before moving on to today’s post. Let’s get started. Question #5 5. What is the value of m+n? (1) mn = -8 (2) -2m = n […]

Today, we present the explanations to questions #3-4 from our Tricky Data Sufficiency Questions challenge post. You can find the explanations to questions #1-2 here. Let’s get started. Question #3 3. If 2x = 2y – 3z, what is the value of z? (1) y = x + 2 (2) x = y – […]

Today, we present the explanations for the first two questions in our Tricky Data Sufficiency Questions post. Let’s get started. Question #1 1. What is the value of x? (1) 5 x + 3 y = 15 (2) y = 5 – (5/3) x (A) Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone […]