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# GMAT-Prep PS1

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17 Jan 2009, 02:47
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Joined: 08 Dec 2006
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Concentration: Entrepreneurship, General Management
Schools: Harvard Business School (HBS) - Class of 2014
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WE: Engineering (Aerospace and Defense)

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17 Jan 2009, 07:53
using statement 2 ; midpoint of the distance between two points is (1/2,1/2)
now if you calculate the distance between the points (r,s) and (u,v)
and calculate the distance between (r,s) and mid point (1/2,1/2) will be half of the distance above. so statement 2 alone is enough

Hope this helps!

Thank you !

Abhi
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17 Jan 2009, 09:06
dude!!!
this problem resembles OG ds 140. its the same...

check that out !!!
Re: GMAT-Prep PS1   [#permalink] 17 Jan 2009, 09:06
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