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# In triangle ABC (in the attached document), what is the

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In triangle ABC (in the attached document), what is the length of side BC?

(1) Line segment AD has length 6
(2) x = 36
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09 Nov 2006, 08:21
(I) Gives AD and (II) gives x

I canot find a relation ship b.w AD and other sides using this info

So E
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09 Nov 2006, 08:29
Thanks for your response, Damager.
Even I got the answer as E. But the OA in OG is B.

The explanation says that since angle DAB is x, using exterior angle property, angle ABD is also x. But I just can't understand how did they find angle DAB in the first place?
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09 Nov 2006, 08:54
mst wrote:
In triangle ABC (in the attached document), what is the length of side BC?

(1) Line segment AD has length 6
(2) x = 36

I got E too.

Can you give us the OG edition # and Problem #
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09 Nov 2006, 09:01
g.matter wrote:
I got E too.

Can you give us the OG edition # and Problem #

Its OG11 Quantitative guide. The problem is from the DS section: either #116 or 117, I can't really remember. Right now, I don't have access to the book. Thanks
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09 Nov 2006, 12:13
It's the The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review not the combined OG11
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