Post subject: GMAT Integrated Reasoning: Graphics Interpretation
Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 3:15 am
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The chart shows a certain algorithm. Each box represents a step in it. The arrows guide you to the next step. The symbol “:=” assigns a new value to a variable. For example, p := 2 means that the value of p becomes 2. Another example, p := p + 2 means that the new value of p is its current value plus two. In other words, it means that p becomes two more than it currently is.
The algorithm may only begin with positive integers.
a. If we enter m = 4 and n = 6, will the algorithm go by the red arrow at least once?
b. If we enter m = 18 and n = 12, what will be the output value of k?
c. What is the minimum value that k can ever be? ---------- In the graph m is not divisible by k without a reminder , even though it is 18 / 12, or 18 / 11.
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