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ABCD is a rectangle(with at lower left corner and BCD going

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ABCD is a rectangle(with at lower left corner and BCD going [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2004, 09:48
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ABCD is a rectangle(with at lower left corner and BCD going clockwise). Line PQ is dropped from side BC to CD inside the rectangle ABCD. The question is
What is the perimeter of rectangle ABPQ?

1. The area of rectangular region ABCD is 3 times the area of rectangular region ABPQ.
2. Perimeter of rectangle ABCD is 54.
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2004, 12:15
First A is at the lower left corner, then B,C,D clockwise so PQ is dropped to AD not CD or i do not understand the question.
So Sabcd=3Sabpq they have one side in common ,AB, and the other side of ABPQ or PQ is 1/3 of the other side of ABCD or BC.St 1 is insufficient. Statement 2) means that a+b=27 which doesn't help much. Think it is E)
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Correction [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2004, 12:25
Sorry BG,
You are correct it should be AD.
The official answer is E.
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