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# DS-Geometry(Parallelogram)

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01 Jul 2008, 14:00
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Can someone help me with this (see attached word document)? Unfortunately, I do not have the OA for this one. I picked B as the answer as the two lengths (QR and PS) are equal. Thanks in advance for the help.
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01 Jul 2008, 14:10
1) insufficient -> P can be anywhere on the line parallel to QS and the same distance from QS as R
2) insufficient -> P can be anywhere

1&2: insufficient P can be anywhere on the line parallel to QS and the same distance from QS as R
PRQS is only going to be a parallelogram if P and R are symmetrical with respect to QS.

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01 Jul 2008, 18:32
my guess would be E as welll..

a parallelogram is one that has all opposite sides parallel..

in our case we only know about QR and RS..nothing about the other 2 sides..

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01 Jul 2008, 21:26
Agreed. Thanks for helping out with your explanations.

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Re: DS-Geometry(Parallelogram)   [#permalink] 01 Jul 2008, 21:26
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