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# problem solving - 700+ question

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18 May 2010, 17:30
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A right triangle ABC has to be constructed in the xy-plane so that the right angle is at A and AB is parallel to x axis. The coordinates of A, B and C are to satisfy the inequalities -6 ≤ x ≤ 2 and 1 ≤ y ≤ 11. The number of different triangles that can be constructed with these properties are?

a. 792

b. 990

c. 7920

d. 49

e.2922
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18 May 2010, 18:19
i guess the answer is 7920!! there is a similar type of question in OG the 11th edition.
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18 May 2010, 21:32
I also guess its 7920.
for A-9*11
for B-8
for C-10
so total would be 9*11*8*10 = 7920
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19 May 2010, 18:21
yep, that is the calculation. but if you want to see the explanation, you can look at OG 11th ed problem solving question # 248.
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