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Re: GMATPrepPS Show me the light!! [#permalink] New post 15 May 2008, 17:43
This is easy, I will let someone else solve it
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Re: GMATPrepPS Show me the light!! [#permalink] New post 15 May 2008, 18:04
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(Slope of QO) * (Slope of PO) = -1 {product of slopes of two perpendicular lines is -1)
(t/s)*(-1/sqrt3) = -1

Also, distance between QO = Distance between PO
s^2 + t^2 = 4

Solve both the eqns.

Another method is to use trignometry. (Tan...) :-D
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