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# GMAT PLUS Triangle Problem

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17 Jul 2006, 18:36
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Seems kind of simple
But I must be missing something with regard to triangles
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17 Jul 2006, 19:08
St1:
If x=y, then PQ = QR. If PQ = x, QR = x, and we know PR must be less than 2x but we can't be sure if it's more or less than x. Insufficient.

St2:
If y=z, then PQ=PR and we can now say answer the inequality. Sufficient.

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18 Jul 2006, 18:30
B. albit easy but looks like a real gmat question..
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18 Jul 2006, 21:38
Clear winner B

For one side of a traingle to be greater than other side, the opposite angle should be greater
That is in this case
y>z for PQ to be greater than PR

1) Not Suff.
Just says PQ = QR..... PR can be greater or less than PQ

2) Suff
Says PQ=PR hence answered
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18 Jul 2006, 22:09
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St1: Means PQ = QR: INSUFF
St2: Means PQ=PR: SUFF
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