Must solve GMAT practice questions in Inequalities. The categorization of the type of question and the concept tested are listed in the right column for each question. Detailed explanatory answers, solution videos and slide decks are also provided.

- 1
**If x is a positive integer such that (x-1)(x-3)(x-5)....(x-93) < 0, how many values can x take?***A. 47*

B. 23

C. 46

D. 21

E. 22

- Problem Solving
- Positive & Negative numbers
- Odd & Even numbers
**Correct Answer**Choice (B).

x can take 23 integer values. Correct answer

- 2
**Is x**^{3}> x^{2}*Statement 1: x > 0*

Statement 2: x < 1

- Data Sufficiency
- Exponents
**Correct Answer**Choice (B).

Statement (2) alone is sufficient while statement (1) is not. Correct answer

- 3
**If m and n are non-zero integers, is m**^{n}> n^{n}?*Statement 1: |m| = n*

Statement 2: m < n

- Data Sufficiency
- Exponents
- Absolute Value