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In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

(1) The length of line segment QR is equal to the length of line segment RS

(2) The length of line segment ST is equal to the length of line segment TU
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In the figure shown, what is the value of x? [#permalink] New post 26 Jul 2010, 13:56
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In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

x+\angle{QSR}+\angle{UST}=180 (straight line =180) and \angle{R}+\angle{T}=90 (as PRT is right angle)


(1) The length of line segment QR is equal to the length of line segment RS --> triangle QRS is isosceles --> \angle{RQS}=\angle{QSR}=\frac{180-\angle{R}}{2} (as \angle{RQS}+\angle{QSR}+\angle{R}=180 --> 2*\angle{QSR}+\angle{R}=180 --> \angle{QSR}=\frac{180-\angle{R}}{2}). Not sufficient.


(2) The length of line segment ST is equal to the length of line segment TU --> triangle UST is isosceles --> \angle{SUT}=\angle{UST}=\frac{180-\angle{T}}{2}. Not sufficient.


(1)+(2) x+\angle{QSR}+\angle{UST}=180 --> x+\frac{180-\angle{R}}{2}+\frac{180-\angle{T}}{2}=180 --> x+\frac{360-(\angle{R}+\angle{T})}{2}=180 --> since \angle{R}+\angle{T}=90 --> x+\frac{360-90}{2}=180 --> x=45. Sufficient.

Answer: C.
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Well this is how I would solve this.

Original statement:

What is x?

Without jumping into statements, we can clearly see that x = 180 - ARSQ - ATSU.

Statement 1:

Statement 1 says that triangle QRS is isosceles. with ARSQ = ARQS

therefore we know that ARSQ = (180 - ASRQ)/2.

However, without information about triangle TSU cannot solve the above equation about x.

Insufficient

Statement 2:

Statement 2 says that triangle TSU is isosceles with ATSU = (180 - ASTU)/2.
Similar to statement 1, not enough information about triangle RSQ to find x.

Insufficient.

Statement 1 + 2:

From statement 1: we know that ARSQ = (180-ASRQ)/2
From statement 2: we know that ATSU = (180-ASTU)/2

Plugging these information into the x = 180 - ARSQ - ATSU we see that

x = 180 - (180-ASRQ)/2 - (180-ASTU)/2 = 180 - (360/2) + (ASRQ + ASTU)/2 = (ASRQ + ASTU)/2

Since we know points RTP makes a right triangle, we know that ASRQ + ASTU = 90.

x = 45.

Sufficient.

My answer would be C.
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Re: Help me with this triangle geometry DS [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2010, 18:10
My answer would be C as well, from the

Isosceles triangle give us 45 degree angle.

Statement 1 : we know that angle RSQ = 45
Statement 2 : We know that angle UST = 90 (SUT = 45, UTS = 45, UST = 180 - (SUT + UTS)

Hence x equal with 180 - (45 +95) = 45
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GMAT Prep DS, geometry: Find angle X [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2010, 13:57
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Hey guys, I have another question regarding my reasoning in the solving of the problem.
The official answer is:
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C


I originally answered
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E
and incorrectly so.

Now that I looked at it more, I came up with this solution, and I'd appreciate if you can tell me if my logic is correct:

Let's label angle QRS (or PRT) as w. Let's label angle STU as z. Since RPT is 90, we know that w+z=90
Now, RQS and RSQ are same angles. So, we can label them as j. At the same time, TSU and TUS are the same, so we can label them as k.
We have that 2j+w=180, that 2k+z=180, and that w+z=90. By substituting, we can see that w=180-2j and that z=180-2k.
Finally, we have that w+z=90 or that (180-2j)+(180-2k)=90 or that 2k+2j=250, or that j+k=125. Since j and k lie on a straight line, and combined with x produce 180, and j+k=125, we conclude that x=55.

Is my reasoning alright and is there a quicker way to solve this?

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Re: GMAT Prep DS, geometry: Find angle X [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2010, 14:11
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Hey guys, I have another question regarding my reasoning in the solving of the problem.
The official answer is:
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I originally answered
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and incorrectly so.

Now that I looked at it more, I came up with this solution, and I'd appreciate if you can tell me if my logic is correct:

Let's label angle QRS (or PRT) as w. Let's label angle STU as z. Since RPT is 90, we know that w+z=90
Now, RQS and RSQ are same angles. So, we can label them as j. At the same time, TSU and TUS are the same, so we can label them as k.
We have that 2j+w=180, that 2k+z=180, and that w+z=90. By substituting, we can see that w=180-2j and that z=180-2k.
Finally, we have that w+z=90 or that (180-2j)+(180-2k)=90 or that 2k+2j=250, or that j+k=125. Since j and k lie on a straight line, and combined with x produce 180, and j+k=125, we conclude that x=55.

Is my reasoning alright and is there a quicker way to solve this?

Much appreciated!


Except the calculation (the red part) seems that everything is OK. Check other solutions above for slightly different approaches.
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Re: GMAT Prep Question... plz explain??? [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2010, 14:29
Thanks Bunnuel, I appreciate it. I see I made the wrong calculation, but the answer should be the same in this DS, which is C.

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Re: GMAT Prep Question... plz explain??? [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2010, 14:58
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Thanks Bunnuel, I appreciate it. I see I made the wrong calculation, but the answer should be the same in this DS, which is C.

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Generally it's a good idea to search before posting. Though it's not a probelm to post a question that was posted before: if moderators find previous discussions they will merge the topics, copy the solution from there or give a link to it.

To make it easier to search I always copy a body text of every question to the post. So for example I'd search this question in DS subforum by the key words: "figure", "shown", "segment", "length".
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Re: GMAT Prep Question... plz explain??? [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2011, 00:03
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In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

x+<QSR+<UST=180 (straight line =180) and <R+<T=90 (as PRT is right angle)

(1) The length of line segment QR is equal to the length of line segment RS --> QRS is isosceles --> <PQS=<QSR=(180-R)/2 (as <PQS+<QSR+<R=180 --> 2<QSR+<R=180 --> <QSR=(180-R)/2). Not sufficient.

(2) The legnth of line segment ST is equal to the length of line segment TU --> UST is isosceles --> <SUT=<UST=(180-T)/2. Not sufficient.

(1)+(2) x+<QSR+<UST=180 --> x+(180-R)/2+(180-T)/2=180 --> x+(360-(R+T))/2=180 --> as R+T=90 --> x+(360-90)/2=180 --> x=45. Sufficient.

Answer: C.

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From (1) RSQ = RQS

From (2) SUT = TSU


Because these 3 angles are on a straight line:

x + RSQ + TSU = 180

As all the angles of a quadrilateral sum up to 360:


x+90 + 180 - RSQ + 180 - TSU = 360

=> x + 360 - (RSQ + TSU) + 90 = 360

=> x + 90 -(180-x) = 0

=> 2x - 90 = 0

=> x = 45

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Re: Geometry [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2012, 05:17
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Can anyone please help me in solving this problem.......


stmnt 1. QR= RS then angle RQS = angle RSQ = y

We have no other detail and hence insuff

stmnt 2: like stmnt 1 this will also be insuff

taking together we have

QR= RS then angle RQS = angle RSQ = y

then angle QRS = 180 - 2y

PTR = 180 - ( 90 + 180 - 2y) = 2y - 90

we have TSU = TUS = [180 - (2y - 90)]/2 = 135 - y

RSQ + QSU + TUS = 180

y + x + 135 - y = 180

Hence C is Suff
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Two equations,
x = 180 - (a + b), where a and b are RQS and SUT.
x = 360 -[(180-a) + (180-b) + 90] = (a+b)-90.

Solve both, you get x.
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Re: In the figure shown, what is the value of x? [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2012, 14:37
Hi Bunuel, I got the answer by plugging 2 diff values and I got the answer in a very short time. Am i doing anything wrong. Pls explain. My approach as follows:

I did this by plugging 2 different sets of values.
We know PRT is a right angle triangle. So let it be 90-60-30 or 90-45-45 triangle.
Now we can find out the value of X for both this situation. In both case the value of X comes as 45 degree.
So St 1+ St 2 Sufficient.
For 90-60-30: <RST + <TSU = 135 degree, so X =45 degree
For 90-45-45: <RST + <TSU = 135/2 + 135/2 = 135 Degree, so X =45 Degree
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Re: In the figure shown, what is the value of x? [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2013, 12:50
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In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

(1) The length of line segment QR is equal to the length of line segment RS

(2) The length of line segment ST is equal to the length of line segment TU



hi bunuel,

just let me know if i go wrong.

x = angle QSU===>This angle is dependent on two things: 1)QS orientation 2) SU orientation.

statement 1 tell RS=RQ==>means orientation of QS is fixed===>but we dont know about SU==>INSUFFICIENT

STATEMENT 2==> TU=TS==>orientation of SU fixed ==>but we dont know about QS.==>INSUFFICIENT.

by combining both orientation of both QS and SU is fixed==>so will defenetely get fixed value.
hence C
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Re: GMAT Prep Question... plz explain??? [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2013, 12:57
Hi Subash,

Could you please explain me how you got the eqn -> x+90 + 180 - RSQ + 180 - TSU = 360 ?



subhashghosh wrote:
From (1) RSQ = RQS

From (2) SUT = TSU


Because these 3 angles are on a straight line:

x + RSQ + TSU = 180

As all the angles of a quadrilateral sum up to 360:


x+90 + 180 - RSQ + 180 - TSU = 360

=> x + 360 - (RSQ + TSU) + 90 = 360

=> x + 90 -(180-x) = 0

=> 2x - 90 = 0

=> x = 45

So the answer is C.
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Re: GMAT Prep Question... plz explain??? [#permalink] New post 17 Jun 2014, 17:12
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From (1) RSQ = RQS

From (2) SUT = TSU


Because these 3 angles are on a straight line:

x + RSQ + TSU = 180

As all the angles of a quadrilateral sum up to 360:


x+90 + 180 - RSQ + 180 - TSU = 360

=> x + 360 - (RSQ + TSU) + 90 = 360

=> x + 90 -(180-x) = 0

=> 2x - 90 = 0

=> x = 45

So the answer is C.


Hi Subhash,

I got a little lost in the middle of this solution. Can you please explain how you're equating the angles to 360. I realize that you're equating the quadrilateral PQSU but i'm not sure where you're getting all the angles from?

Highlighted the above area in question. Isnt "180 - RSQ + 180 - TSU" actually giving you the the line "RT" if you add "x" in the mix of it?

Another question -- are we able to say that angle x is the sum of RQS and SRQ since they are opposite ends of the angle in question?

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Re: In the figure shown, what is the value of x? [#permalink] New post 20 Jun 2014, 02:30
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In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

(1) The length of line segment QR is equal to the length of line segment RS

(2) The length of line segment ST is equal to the length of line segment TU


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