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# In a rectangular coordinate system, there are three points

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In a rectangular coordinate system, there are three points which form a triangle, point A
(2,3), B (4,4), and C. What are the coordinates of point C?
(1) The distance between point A and C is 2 feet
(2) The distance between point B and C is 2 feet

the second question seemed to be obvious but i suspect there is a catch (since it was published under "hard questions")
2. Jude drives from Brooklyn to the Bronx. What is the price of the fuel she uses?
(1) The distance between Brooklyn and Bronx is 50 miles
(2) the price of fuel is 0.2$per mile. Manager Joined: 20 Nov 2005 Posts: 54 Location: Indianapolis, IN Followers: 1 Kudos [?]: 13 [0], given: 0 ### Show Tags 02 Dec 2005, 07:09 I'm not necessarily great at answering these types of questions so hopefully one of the more experienced posters can answer as well...but on both I get C. I'm not totally sure about how to actually solve #1 using both of those statements, but it seems possible. on #2, it seems that we know how many miles she went, and how much it costs per mile, so 50 miles * .2$/mile would get you the answer.

Where did you get these questions from?
02 Dec 2005, 07:09
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