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OG Quantitative Review: Mistake in Question? [#permalink]
11 Oct 2005, 10:24

Hi,

This is my first posting on gmatclub, so please be nice. Has anyone looked at Question#117 (DS) on page 157 of new OG Quantitative Review. I think the question is incomplete, shouldn't the Angle BAD be listed as x degrees on the graph? Otherwise, I think you can't solve the problem.

A little tricky to post, but I will try [#permalink]
11 Oct 2005, 11:24

The figure might be difficult for me to reproduce, but I will try to describe it. The questions is:

In triangle ABC above, what is the length of side BC?

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

ABC is a triangle, with B being the vertex. From the vertex B draw a line that meets the base BC at D. The angle BDC and BCD are given to be x degree. That is BDC is an isoceles triangle. No other angle information is given.

Originally posted on MIT Sloan School of Management : We are busy putting the final touches on our application. We plan to have it go live by July 15...