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Joined: 06 Aug 2011
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09 Aug 2011, 11:34
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Well, I had a really great diagram made up, but it will not let me post it!

Basically, I used two right triangles with known sides of 300 and 400. The hypotenuses run from X to Y. If you solve for the hypotenuses, they are 500', together they make the distance from X to Y 1000'.

Wish I could attach my photo!
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Current Student
Joined: 02 Aug 2011
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Concentration: Finance, Healthcare
GMAT 1: 750 Q50 V42
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09 Aug 2011, 11:53
errr...

2 blocks east (400x2 = 800)
3 blocks north (200x3 = 600)
Big fat right triangle since all streets run north south or east west. Use pythagorus.

8^2 + 6^2 = 100
sqrt100 = 10.
10*100 = 1000
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21 Aug 2011, 14:10
2 blocks on east west = 800
3 blocks on north south = 600

distance between X and Y is nothing but hypotenuse of this right angled triangle = 1000

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Re: graph   [#permalink] 21 Aug 2011, 14:10
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