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# If R, S, and T are numbers on the number line, not necessarily in that

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If R, S, and T are numbers on the number line, not necessarily in that order, what is the distance between R and T?

(1) The distance between R and S is 50.

(2) The distance between S and T is 41

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11 Nov 2017, 08:30
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If R, S, and T are numbers on the number line, not necessarily in that order, what is the distance between R and T?

(1) The distance between R and S is 50.

(2) The distance between S and T is 41

(1) no info abt T..not sufficient

(2) no info abt R..not sufficient

On combining
RT could be 91 (R..S...T) or 9 (R..T...S)

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Combining
Suppose the sequence is R-S-T then R to T is 91. If it’s R-T-S then R to T is 50-41=9. Two values are possible. Hence E

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