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# If R =Q/P , is R = P ? (1) P > 50 (2) 0 < Q = 20 I am

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If R =Q/P , is R = P ? (1) P > 50 (2) 0 < Q = 20 I am [#permalink]  07 Oct 2005, 14:42
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If R =Q/P , is R = P ?

(1) P > 50
(2) 0 < Q = 20

I am not sure if the question is correct, but this is how I got it from Real GMAt question set # 17 that I got from this forum.

I will post the OA shortly.
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I could not understand question.

The only thing I could figure out is:
if R = Q/P,
if R=P
Q = P^2 = R^2

(1) could not understand.
P > 50, no info about Q. Insufficient.

(2) says Q=20
in order for P=R, P = +/- sqrt(20)
in sufficient.

Whats OA?
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should be E

we know that r=q/p

if q>50 and p=20, then r could be equal to 400 and r=20=p, or p=51 and then it wont b the same as p....
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