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# Is the OA a misprint.. Want to know the volume of the wall..

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28 Sep 2007, 19:24
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Is the OA a misprint..
Want to know the volume of the wall..
1800 bricks which are 30 cubic inches each..
They want to know the volume of the wall in cubic inches..
I think the answer is 5400
The OA is 54000..
The weird thing is when it is solved in the book..it appears the answer calculates out to 5400..but then they have 54000 as the answer..
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Re: Veritas Simple Geometry Question [#permalink]

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28 Sep 2007, 20:06
jamesrwrightiii wrote:
Is the OA a misprint..
Want to know the volume of the wall..
1800 bricks which are 30 cubic inches each..
They want to know the volume of the wall in cubic inches..
I think the answer is 5400
The OA is 54000..
The weird thing is when it is solved in the book..it appears the answer calculates out to 5400..but then they have 54000 as the answer..

= 1800 x 30
= 54,000
Re: Veritas Simple Geometry Question   [#permalink] 28 Sep 2007, 20:06
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