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Re: In the figure above, Rand Q are points on the x-axis. What is the area [#permalink]
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Statement (1) is sufficient as we are given the height and we already know it is an equilateral triangle.

Statement (2) is insufficient as we don't know the gap between the origin and the first point
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Re: In the figure above, Rand Q are points on the x-axis. What is the area [#permalink]
IMO may also be C.

Because, RQ= 4 & PS= 2√3

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Re: In the figure above, Rand Q are points on the x-axis. What is the area [#permalink]
I did it this way. Height of equilateral triangle (h) = (A√3)/2. (A is the side of an triangle)

Plug 2sqrt/3 into H, we can solve for A.

We got the Base. We have both BxH divide by 2.
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Re: In the figure above, Rand Q are points on the x-axis. What is the area [#permalink]
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In the figure above, R and Q are points on the x-axis. What is the area of equilateral triangle PQR ?

(1) The coordinates of point P are (6, 2 \(\sqrt{3}\))

Drop a median from P.
Now it become 30-60-90 Triangle and one side opposite to 60 degrees angle is known.
\(1:\sqrt{3}:2\)

Hence, sufficient

(2) The coordinates of point Q are (8, 0)

Definitely not sufficient.

Hence, Option (A)
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