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If h and b represent the height and base, respectively, of the triangl

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If h and b represent the height and base, respectively, of the triangle above, what is the perimeter of the triangle?

(A) Three times the base is 3 more than the height.
(B) The average of the base and height is 8.5.


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Re: If h and b represent the height and base, respectively, of the triangl  [#permalink]

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If h and b represent the height and base, respectively, of the triangle above, what is the perimeter of the triangle?

(A) Three times the base is 3 more than the height.
(B) The average of the base and height is 8.5.


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Question : what is the perimeter of the triangle?

Statement 1: Three times the base is 3 more than the height.

3b = 3+h
but we need one more equation to calculate the values of base and heights along with the third side of this right triangle

P.S. The given triangle is a right triangle because base and height of a triangle are always perpendicular to each other

Not sufficient

Statement 2: The average of the base and height is 8.5.

i.e. b+h = 8.5*2 = 17

but we need one more equation to calculate the values of base and heights along with the third side of this right triangle

NOT SUFFICIENT

Combining the two statetements

we have two equations and two variables so base and height can be calculated and afterwards teh hypotenuse as well hence

SUFFICIENT

Answer: option C
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Right trianlge? Its nowhere mentioned in the question that the triangle is a right angled triangle :(
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