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A) if diameter is 60 then radius is 30 So height = sqrt( 30^2-10^2 ) Sufficient
B) radius = sqrt( 24^2+18^2 ) Once radius is known height at 10 ft can be found (Suffcient)
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anandnk wrote:
A) if diameter is 60 then radius is 30 So height = sqrt( 30^2-10^2 ) Sufficient
B) radius = sqrt( 24^2+18^2 ) Once radius is known height at 10 ft can be found (Suffcient)


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I am missing here something. May be this is an easy one. Can you please elaborate.
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Here is the explanation.
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 [#permalink] New post 27 May 2004, 21:01
anandnk wrote:
Here is the explanation.


Superb work of art anandnk. I told you it looked simple but could not really think critically. Pythgores theorem. I was thinking about some Rocket Technology. What an embarrasement I am?

Any ways there are some questions from CR in verbal, hot and straight from the press waiting to get your expert opinion.
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