

GRE Question of the Day (May 14th)Math In the diagram above, points A, O, and B all lie on a diameter of the large circle, and D and d are the diameters of the two smaller circles. If the sum of the areas of the two smaller circles is 5/8 of the... GRE Question of the Day (May 13th)Verbal The theoretical physicist, despite his mathematical training, oftentimes must deal with questions that fall under the realm of the philosophical. Nonetheless, he will often marshal formulae when they serve to (i) ______ a theory, notwithstanding the fact that many such theories are not (ii) ______... GRE Question of the Day (May 12th)Math \({3a^2 + 5b^2 = 0}\) Quantity A Quantity B \({5a3b}\) \({0}\) A. The quantity in Column A is greaterB. The quantity in Column B is greaterC. The two quantities are equalD. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given Correct Answer  C  (click and drag your mouse... GRE Question of the Day (May 11th)Verbal Forty years ago, anthropologists firmly believed that Neanderthals and modern homo sapiens never mated, but advances in genetic testing proved that incorrect — such is the _________ nature of science.A. fallaciousB. evolvingC. counterfactualD. advancingE. vacillatingF. indeterminable Correct Answer  B & D  (click and drag... Upskilling: 4 Steps to Choose your Next Learning OpportunityIn today’s ever changing professional world, the nature of each job, the skills it entails, and the tools it utilizes are changing more rapidly than ever. Thus, we are being forced to embrace “ongoing learning,” or “lifelong learning” (continuously learning beyond traditional schooling). The answer... GRE Question of the Day (May 10th)Math If P dollars borrowed or invested for for \({t}\) years at the interest rate \({r}\) compounded \({n}\) times per year, then the future value (a) will be \({A=P(1+\frac{{r}}{{n}})^{nt}}\)Two individuals, M and N invested P dollars with the following conditions and both gained the same future... GRE Question of the Day (May 7th)Math A positive integer \({n}\) has a remainder of 5 when is divided by 7.\({\frac{{m+3}}{{5}}}\) is an integer greater than 1. Quantity A Quantity B The remainder when \({(5n+3)}\) is divided by 7 The remainder when \({m}\) is divided by 5 A)The quantity in Column A is greater.B)The quantity in Column B is greater.C)The... GRE Question of the Day (May 6th)Verbal Peculiarly enough, Shakespeare has been often (i) ______ as the best English language playwright, and often (ii) ______ as a man lacking the education to write those plays. Blank (i) Blank (ii) (A) crowned (D) demonized (B) stigmatized (E) dismissed (C) castigated (F) deified Correct Answer  A and E  (click and drag... 