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# ds Geometry - Gprep1

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ds Geometry - Gprep1 [#permalink]

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31 Mar 2009, 21:01
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85% (00:39) correct 15% (00:22) wrong based on 180 sessions

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Re: Geometry - Gprep1 [#permalink]

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31 Mar 2009, 21:15
A. the side with greater angle has shorter side.
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31 Mar 2009, 21:20
I agree that it's A.

If x>y, then SR has "more way to travel" to PS than PQ. Just draw a few examples, taking random angles.

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Re: ds Geometry - Gprep1 [#permalink]

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02 Apr 2009, 15:57
Agree A it is. sides will be in proportion to the angles since both are less than 90 so it can not go beyond in 90+ situation.

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