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For a system with n variables:
• If you have as many distinct linear equations as you have
variables, you can answer ANY question about the system.
• If you are only asked to solve for part of the system, you
don’t necessarily need all n equations.
• If you are asked to solve for a relationship instead of
the value of variables, you don’t necessarily need all
n equations.

Hard Questions

On harder DS questions, answer choices tend to be more
sufcient than they might appear.
• DON’T CHOOSE (E) if you have to guess.
• Pick between (A) or (C), if you can eliminate (B).
• Historically, (A) is slightly more common as the
right answer.

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QUANTITATIVE DATA SUFFICIENCY

Strategy

AD or BCE: If you can determine that choice (A) is
correct in your DS question, then you know that the
ultimate answer must be either (A) or (D).
If you can determine that choice (A) is not correct in
your DS question, then you know that the ultimate
answer must be (B), (C), or (E).

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