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Question 2 of QUANTITATIVE SECTION 6 is possibly wrong

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When I read the explanation of Question 2 (ID: Q05-62) of QUANTITATIVE SECTION 6, I found that the stimulus mention no information about the circumference of circle, but the explanation used \(24\pi\) as the circumference of circle with no justification.

@carcass, please have a check!
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@carcass, I think that Question 8 (ID: Q05-26) of QUANTITATIVE SECTION 6 is wrong too.

You can see that for \(x=-1\), then \(4^x < 5^{x+1}\). For \(x=-8\), then \(4^x > 5^{x+1}\). So the correct answer should be D.
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Re: Question 2 of QUANTITATIVE SECTION 6 is possibly wrong [#permalink] New post 04 Aug 2018, 03:22
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When I read the explanation of Question 2 (ID: Q05-62) of QUANTITATIVE SECTION 6, I found that the stimulus mention no information about the circumference of circle, but the explanation used \(24\pi\) as the circumference of circle with no justification.

@carcass, please have a check!



Hi thanks for pointing out there was a statement missing from the question stem. It has been fixed now

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Re: Question 2 of QUANTITATIVE SECTION 6 is possibly wrong [#permalink] New post 04 Aug 2018, 05:17
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@carcass, I think that Question 8 (ID: Q05-26) of QUANTITATIVE SECTION 6 is wrong too.

You can see that for \(x=-1\), then \(4^x < 5^{x+1}\). For \(x=-8\), then \(4^x > 5^{x+1}\). So the correct answer should be D.



Hi,

You are indeed correct! The explanation has been modified!

Thanks for pointing out!

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