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The 700+ Shortcut on GMAT Motion Problems

Submitted By Brett Ethridge, Dominate Test Prep, LLC

Remember those math word problems that gave you nightmares in high school algebra class? You know the ones — the problems where one train leaves Boston traveling west at a certain rate, and then another train leaves an hour later traveling on the same track at a faster rate, and then there’s some question you have to answer about distance traveled or time to impact or some other variation of distance/rate/time?

Well, I hate to break it to you, but you’re going to see those types of questions on the GMAT as well.

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