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19 Feb 2014, 00:25
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SOLUTION
On the number line, if r < s, if p is halfway between rand s, and if t is halfway between p and r, then (s - t)/(t - r) =
(A) 1/4 (B) 1/3 (C) 4/3 (D) 3 (E) 4
Let r=0 and s=4 --> p is halfway between r and s: p=2; t is halfway between p=2 and r=0: t=1;
(s-t)/(t-r)=(4-1)/(1-0)=3.
Answer: D.
P.S. On the GMAT we can often see such statement: \(k\) is halfway between \(m\) and \(n\) on the number line. Remember this statement can ALWAYS be expressed algebraically as: \(\frac{m+n}{2}=k\). _________________
Re: On the number line, if r < s, if p is halfway between rand s [#permalink]
22 Feb 2014, 05:12
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SOLUTION
On the number line, if r < s, if p is halfway between rand s, and if t is halfway between p and r, then (s - t)/(t - r) =
(A) 1/4 (B) 1/3 (C) 4/3 (D) 3 (E) 4
Let r=0 and s=4 --> p is halfway between r and s: p=2; t is halfway between p=2 and r=0: t=1;
(s-t)/(t-r)=(4-1)/(1-0)=3.
Answer: D.
P.S. On the GMAT we can often see such statement: \(k\) is halfway between \(m\) and \(n\) on the number line. Remember this statement can ALWAYS be expressed algebraically as: \(\frac{m+n}{2}=k\). _________________
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p is halfway b/w r and s hence p=(r+s)/2 Again t is halfway b/w p and r hence t=(p+r)/2=((r+s)/2+r)/2=(3*r+s)/4 take r, s as 0,4 for easy calculation => p=2, t=1 =>(s-t)/(t-r)=3
Re: On the number line, if r < s, if p is halfway between rand s [#permalink]
24 Feb 2014, 05:53
I would say the difficulty is little more than 600
its easy once you understand that you have to assume the value, but many folks fail to do so. Those may get into cumbersome algebra and get things difficult.
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