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Adding k to a Set## I found this solution a

It simplified it in my mind to substitute the variables w+x+y+z=32 and then, w+x+y+z+k=50. I was able to clearly see what needed to be done next. When I substituted what I knew, I got the equation 32+k=50, which gives me k=18. It just made a little more sense in my brain this way.

## Fair enough! Whatever works

Fair enough! Whatever works best is best :-)

## I hope this difficulty level

## The GRE is computer adaptive,

The GRE is computer adaptive, so the second section of quant questions will be on the edge of your capabilities. For more, see: https://www.greenlighttestprep.com/module/general-gre-info-and-strategie... (starting around 1:40)

## So does that mean I should do

## :-)

:-)

## Funny though, I thought we

Need to be more careful reading the question.

## Good point!

Good point!

There's an important distinction between "When k is added to the four numbers" and "When k is added to EACH of the four numbers."

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