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GRE Question of the Day (March 27)

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Verbal Recent appraisals of developing media technologies, such as the Internet, have emphasized their potential to fragment audiences. This fragmentation is presumed to result because the technologies allow and even encourage people to narrow the focus of their media consumption to pursue their individualized news interests...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 17)

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Verbal The journalism professor’s first lecture tackled (i) ______ itself, challenging the journalistic trope that an article has to represent all sides—no matter how marginal—equally. Instead, the professor argued that this impulse to (ii) _______ even obviously (iii) _______ views in order to furnish opposing perspectives...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 16)

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Verbal The demands of ________ notwithstanding, a page or two in Dahl’s recent book on democracy that considered what public-choice economics has to say about “democratic failure” —or at least a clear signpost to that literature—would have been very well spent. ❑ clarity ❑ brevity ❑ comprehensiveness ❑ economy ❑ cogency ❑...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 15)

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Math The graph shows the percent changes in the annual city tax revenue for five cities from 1990 to 1995 and from 1995 to 2000. If the annual tax revenue in City B was $800,000 in 1990, what was the annual tax revenue in City B...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 14)

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Verbal Published in 1829, David Walker’s Appeal delivered a furious indictment of American slavery and racism while articulating the necessity of resisting immoral authority by any means necessary. The significance of Walker’s pamphlet is not limited to this ideological message, however. Walker believed that the disparity...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 13)

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Math If x, y, and z are positive numbers such that 3x < 2y < 4z, which of the following statements could be true? Indicate all such statements. ❑ x=y ❑ y = z ❑ y > z ❑ x > z Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer – B,C, and D- (click and...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 3)

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Math The length of rectangle B is 10 percent less than the length of rectangle A, and the width of rectangle B is 10 percent greater than the width of rectangle A. Quantity A Quantity B The area of rectangle A The area of rectangle B A) Quantity A is greater. B)...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 2)

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Verbal Subatomic particles can be divided into two classes: fermions and bosons, terms coined by physicist Paul Dirac in honor of his peers Enrico Fermi and Satyendra Bose. Fermions, which include electrons, protons, and neutrons, obey the Pauli exclusion principle, according to which no two particles...

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GRE Question of the Day (March 1)

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Math Which of the following statements can be inferred from the info given? I. Of the categories shown, retirees had the greatest average annual incomes (before taxes) II. For all categories shown, the average amount spent per week on housekeeping supplies was the same. III. Of the categories shown...

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GRE Question of the Day (February 28)

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Verbal Jefferson regarded sumptuous living as among the most __________ evils to threaten the young republic, more pernicious even than loyalty to the deposed empire. reactionary venerable epicurean grievous baneful fastidious Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer – D and E – (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GRE Question of the Day...

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