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In the figure above, all the marked angles are some multiple of x
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rahul16singh28 wrote: Please give Kudos, if it helps you in Preparing for GMAT. An immediate observation... 16x is an angle, so 16x<180.... x<12 Only 8 and 10 are possible.. x=10 can be found from 2nd line and 5th line. B Let's check all.. Let number lines 1, 2,3,4,5 from left.. 1) let's see 1 PARALLEL to others. 1 ll 2.... x+2x=180...x=60... Not given 1 ll 3.....x=4x....not possible 1 ll 4....x+8x=180...x=20..E 1 ll 5...x=16x...not possible 2) 2 2 ll 3...2x+4x=180...x=30.. not given 2 ll 4 ...2x=8x...not possible 2 ll 5 ...2x+16x=180..x=10..B 3) 3rd 3 ll 4..4x+8x=180....x=15..C 3 ll 5...4x=16x ...not possible 4) 4th 4 ll 5..16x+8x=180... Not possible as X will not be an integer So possible values of x are 10,15 and 20 But possible is only 10.
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chetan2u wrote: rahul16singh28 wrote: Please give Kudos, if it helps you in Preparing for GMAT. An immediate observation... 16x is an angle, so 16x<180.... x<12 Only 8 and 10 are possible.. x=10 can be found from 2nd line and 5th line. B Let's check all.. Let number lines 1, 2,3,4,5 from left.. 1) let's see 1 PARALLEL to others. 1 ll 2.... x+2x=180...x=60... Not given 1 ll 3.....x=4x....not possible 1 ll 4....x+8x=180...x=20..E 1 ll 5...x=16x...not possible 2) 2 2 ll 3...2x+4x=180...x=30.. not given 2 ll 4 ...2x=8x...not possible 2 ll 5 ...2x+16x=180..x=10..B 3) 3rd 3 ll 4..4x+8x=180....x=15..C 3 ll 5...4x=16x ...not possible 4) 4th 4 ll 5..16x+8x=180... Not possible as X will not be an integer So possible values of x are 10,15 and 20 But possible is only 10. How did you know that 16x is an angle, so 16x<180.... x<12 What is the reasoning behind your solution? Your help is much appreciated



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Quote: How did you know that 16x is an angle, so 16x<180.... x<12
What is the reasoning behind your solution?
Your help is much appreciated Hi, Because the greatest angle is 180 (a line) => 16x is an angel (which is obviously shown in the figure) => 16x must be < 180 Hope it's clear



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Hello, why 15 and 20 are not possible? Thanks



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I am getting confused here. With x=15, the lines with 4x and 8x will also be parallel.
So, why are we bothered about any other line?



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I did this,
for lines with angles 4x and 8x to be parallel => 4x + 8x = 12x = 180, x = 15 for lines with angles 2x and 16x to be parallel => 2x + 16x = 18x = 180, x = 10 (minimum so far) tried with x = 8, found none to be parallel.
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Corrected: I made table for all values of x and tried searching for equal values in columns A,C and D or in columns B, and E; or Supplementary angles one from either columns A,C, and D; and one from either B, and E.
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hey adkikani Bunuel chetan2uCan you tell why x = 15, 18 or 20 not possible? Technically all of them can form an angle with the line (x  axis). Any angle greater than 180 will change the quadrant. Let me know what is incorrect with my understanding here
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rahul16singh28 wrote: Attachment: The attachment 5033f36b5ff1481cbda271f312ce5212.jpg is no longer available Tricky question and here is why  shown angles are angles between two lines (not line segments). So think about this  how will you show a 320 degrees angle? Attachment:
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Note that two intersecting lines make 4 angles around the point of intersection such that vertically opposite angles are equal. Can one of the angles be 320 degrees? The other needs to be 320 degrees too. If a is 320, c needs to be 320 too! Attachment:
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Hence, the options (C), (D) and (E) are not possible. Now it is just about looking for a pair of supplementary angles. If x = 10, 2x + 16x = 18x = 180 So 2x = 20 degrees and the angle supplementary to 16x would be 20 degrees too making these two lines parallel. Answer (B)
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IS THIS from gmatprep? pls, shot the screen



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Hmmn my approach was to not be distracted by the picture and was similar to what was discussed above.
1) Look at the properties of parallel lines  for 2 lines to be parallel, there must be a perpendicular line joining these two lines (whether it's  or crossing both lines i.e. ).
2) Any angle subtended by the perpendicular line, would have be 90 degrees.
3) With this, I tried adding the different x's together with the following: a) x + 2x = 180, x = 60 (not in answer choice, immediately calibrate approach by trying combination of x's that can give me 180 degrees) b) 2x + 16x = 180 > x = 10
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13 Feb 2019, 04:15
16x is an angle, so 16x<180.... x<12
I do not understand this statement. my assumption would have been that 16x<=90 not 180



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nausherwan wrote: 16x is an angle, so 16x<180.... x<12
I do not understand this statement. my assumption would have been that 16x<=90 not 180 Hi nausherwan, I think the key is not to be distracted by how the initial diagram is being drawn (definitely not to scale). The key principle to follow here is that opposite complementary angles split by a straight line (or lines) should add up to be 180 degrees. There are different combinations that can be explored in the diagram above, so it's about finding one that works AND that is stated in the answer choice. Hope this clarifies. tinytiger




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