sasyaharry wrote:
PareshGmat wrote:
From the diagram given, its clear that x should be less than 90 & its value has to be in decimal (\(\frac{180}{8}\) would not provide an integer)
Only 67.5 fits in
Answer = B
I doubt that the GMAT diagrams are to scale. Kaplan says never take the diagram to scale unless specified.
I think your approach here might not be the best one.
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