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# Among integers from 1 to 50, inclusively, what is the number of the mu

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Re: Among integers from 1 to 50, inclusively, what is the number of the mu [#permalink]
[GMAT math practice question]

In the figure below, what is $$x$$?

A. $$3$$

B. $$4$$

C. $$5$$

D. $$6$$

E. $$7$$

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Re: Among integers from 1 to 50, inclusively, what is the number of the mu [#permalink]
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[GMAT math practice question]

In the figure below, what is $$x$$?

A. $$3$$

B. $$4$$

C. $$5$$

D. $$6$$

E. $$7$$

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Since ∠CDA = 70 (from 180 - 110) and ∠CAD = 70, triangle ACD is an isosceles triangle and we have AC = CD.
Since ∠CAB = 110 (from 180 - 70) and ∠ABC = 35, we have ∠ACB = 35, triangle ABC is an isosceles triangle and we have AB = AC.
Thus we have AB = AC = CD.
Then we have x = 3 since AB = 3.

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Re: Among integers from 1 to 50, inclusively, what is the number of the mu [#permalink]
Bunuel, hi.

Same, not sure this is a "Probability" one, but rather "Consecutive Integers" and/or "Number Properties"?
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Re: Among integers from 1 to 50, inclusively, what is the number of the mu [#permalink]
DealMakerOne wrote:
Bunuel, hi.

Same, not sure this is a "Probability" one, but rather "Consecutive Integers" and/or "Number Properties"?

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