by ApexGMAT | Feb 16, 2021 | Geometry, GMAT, Quant

As discussed before, now that we’ve talked about the basic triangles, we can start looking at how the GMAT can make problems difficult by embedding triangles in other figures, or vice versa. Here are just a few examples, which include triangles within and outside of...
by ApexGMAT | Feb 9, 2021 | Geometry, GMAT, Quant

One of the less-common but still need-to-know rules tested on the GMAT is the “triangle inequality” rule, which allows you to draw conclusions about the length of the third side of a triangle given information about the lengths of the other two sides. Often times,...