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ps - door [#permalink]  01 Jun 2007, 19:46
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The figure above represents a window, with the shaded regions representing the openings for the glass. If all line segments in the figure are either horizontal or vertical and the openings are all the same size, what are the dimensions, in inches, of each opening (1 foot = 12 inches)?

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Re: ps - door [#permalink]  02 Jun 2007, 00:05
bmwhype2 wrote:
The figure above represents a window, with the shaded regions representing the openings for the glass. If all line segments in the figure are either horizontal or vertical and the openings are all the same size, what are the dimensions, in inches, of each opening (1 foot = 12 inches)?

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... dimensions
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Re: ps - door [#permalink]  02 Jun 2007, 00:11
Himalayan wrote:
bmwhype2 wrote:
The figure above represents a window, with the shaded regions representing the openings for the glass. If all line segments in the figure are either horizontal or vertical and the openings are all the same size, what are the dimensions, in inches, of each opening (1 foot = 12 inches)?

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... dimensions

sorry, i posted an incomplete picture. this is the actual one. i wanted to see how the answer would be different if we didnt divide by 2.
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