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1) r< 1/3 2) r < 1/10 Original Answer is B, cause its only satisfied for 0.09 - 0.01 -> therefore t=0 I thought, that it is also possible, that r is negative, because its not stated in the question. so possible solution would be -0,95, -0.85...and therefore its NOT sufficient -> E Or is this a defin...
- by peterpong
Tue May 07, 2013 8:18 pm
- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If r is represented by the decimal 0.t5 what is the digit ?
- Replies: 2
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I'm not a native speaker, so I'm not sure if there is a difference in the meaning of these two words. In german a rectangle has four right angles, and is a special form of a quadrilateral. Is it like this in american englisch ? Or is it possible that a rectangle is a parallelogramm or even a geometr...
but we do know, that it is an isosceles triangle. and if the two sides are equal it can only be a 1:1:sqr(2), right ? Or is this rule only sufficient with a right angle ?
I am asking, because I am trying to learn all the idioms in the GMAT question. I know there are other mistakes, but perhaps there could be a question in the GMAT that test exactly this idiom. If I knew "so weak as" is wrong, like I assumed, I could cross that answer out.
but I don't understand why statement B isn't the right choice. If we assume, that the author did NOT write a accurate report about Prince Sviatov, then the events desribed in the text must not occur in 1165.
I am also confused with this question. In statement a) it is said, that both diagonals are equal. I looked into my mathbook and there is written: if it is a rectangle and both diagonals are equal, they bisect each other. With this knowledge we know two sides of the triangle and can solve with pythar...