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# In the figure above, what is the ratio KN / MN

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Sorry i dont know how to post a pic.
In the figure above, what is the ratio KN / MN

1) The perimeter of rectangle KLMN is 30 meters

2) The three small rectangles have the same dimensions

Could someone pls explain? The second statement is not clear.

The Ans is B.

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27 May 2009, 11:45
I don't think this question makes sense without the diagram.
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Re: DS #117   [#permalink] 27 May 2009, 11:45
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