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Interpretation of Table [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2011, 11:20
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In the table above, what is the least number of table entries that are needed to show the mileage between each city and each of the other five cities?
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Re: Interpretation of Table [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2011, 11:24
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Look at this question as a Combination question :)

If you want to show the mileage between two cities, you have to select 2 out of the 6 cities given.
the total number of selections would be 6C2 = 15

Total number of Entries = 15
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Re: Interpretation of Table [#permalink] New post 15 Feb 2011, 20:32
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Other than using combinations, you could see the chart has 6*6 = 36 entries. Diagonal is the distance from A to A, B to B etc so we can remove 6, leaving 30. Each has a duplicate so divide by 2 = 15
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Re: Interpretation of Table [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2011, 18:50
I did this one by counting rows in starting from each column, and decreasin succesively by 1. So A has 5 entries, B has 4 and so on..

The answer is = 15

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Re: Interpretation of Table [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2011, 19:16
Easy way to go about this problem is we have 6*6 = 36 enteries in table the least number of enteries would be (36 - 6) /2 since 6 enteries represent the distances between same points .

Alternatively this can be solved as combination problem.

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