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February 3, 2014



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Today's Practice GMAT Question:

In a certain portfolio, the ratio of the number of domestic stocks to the number of foreign stocks is 7 to 2, and the ratio of the number of mutual funds to the number of foreign stocks is 2 to 3. If the ratio of the number of bonds to the number of domestic stocks is 4 to 3, what is the ratio of the number of mutual funds to the number of bonds?
(A) 28 to 9
(B) 14 to 3
(C) 9 to 28
(D) 7 to 1
(E) 1 to 7


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Need more work in this area? Check out the Rates, Ratios, and Percents set of (100) practice problems.There is also a full chapter covering Ratios in Total GMAT Math. It includes additional practice problems, as well.

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About the author: Jeff Sackmann has written many GMAT preparation books, including the popular Total GMAT Math, Total GMAT Verbal, and GMAT 111. He has also created explanations for problems in The Official Guide, as well as 1,800 practice GMAT math questions.

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