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Consider two triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas

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Consider two Similar triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas is 1:169 . What is the ratio of their Perimeters ?

[A] 41:1
[B] 961:1
[C] 1:961
[D] 13:1
[E] 1:13

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Re: Consider two triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas  [#permalink]

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Chiragjordan wrote:
Consider two triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas is 1:169 . What is the ratio of their Perimeters ?

[A] 41:1
961:1
[C] 1:961
[D] 13:1
[E] 1:13


Hi,
I think you have missed out the most critical info in the Q..
[b]ABC and PQR must be similar triangle and that info is missing..
In present state, you cannot find the ratio of sides
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Re: Consider two triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas  [#permalink]

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New post 31 Mar 2016, 20:50
chetan2u wrote:
Chiragjordan wrote:
Consider two triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas is 1:169 . What is the ratio of their Perimeters ?

[A] 41:1
961:1
[C] 1:961
[D] 13:1
[E] 1:13


Hi,
I think you have missed out the most critical info in the Q..
[b]ABC and PQR must be similar triangle and that info is missing..
In present state, you cannot find the ratio of sides



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Re: Consider two triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas  [#permalink]

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Chiragjordan wrote:
chetan2u wrote:
Chiragjordan wrote:
Consider two triangles ABC and PQR such that the ratio of their areas is 1:169 . What is the ratio of their Perimeters ?

[A] 41:1
961:1
[C] 1:961
[D] 13:1
[E] 1:13


Hi,
I think you have missed out the most critical info in the Q..
[b]ABC and PQR must be similar triangle and that info is missing..
In present state, you cannot find the ratio of sides



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Hi Chiragjordan,
You have been very kind with your words. thanx :) :)
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3) effects of arithmetic operations : https://gmatclub.com/forum/effects-of-arithmetic-operations-on-fractions-269413.html


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