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# If x = 2t and y = t/3, what is the value of x^2 – y^2?

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If x = 2t and y = t/3, what is the value of x^2 – y^2?

1. t^2 – 3 = 6
2. t^3 = –27

Quant: Q273, OG GMAT 2017

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Re: If x = 2t and y = t/3, what is the value of x^2 – y^2? [#permalink]

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19 Sep 2017, 05:52
AnubhavK wrote:
If x = 2t and y = t/3, what is the value of x^2 – y^2?

1. t^2 – 3 = 6
2. t^3 = –27

Quant: Q273, OG GMAT 2017

Check here: if-x-2t-and-y-t-3-what-is-the-value-of-x-2-y-207645.html

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