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# June is taller than Kristin. Letty is taller than Maria.

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17 Aug 2011, 11:59
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June is taller than Kristin.
Letty is taller than Maria.
Maria is shorter than Nancy.
Kristin and Nancy are exactly the same height.
If the information above is true, which of the following must also be true?
(A) Letty is taller than Nancy.
(B) Letty is taller than June.
(C) Kristin is shorter than Letty.
(D) June is taller than Maria.
(E) Kristin is shorter than Maria.

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[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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17 Aug 2011, 12:04
the answer is D by using inequalities

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17 Aug 2011, 12:12
i am sorry. i sent my reply wih no explenation:

J > K
**** N> M

(N=K THEN N IS EXACTLY BELOW K
IF L>M THEN L IS FROM THE RANGE OF BIGGER THAN M TO BIGGER THAN G (POSSIBLE NOT MUST) SO L could be bigger then J /equal to J/bigger then N (OR K)/ equal to N(K) /must be bigger then M

S1- L>N COULD BE TRUE BUT NOT MUST.
S2- L>J - COULD BE TRUE BUT NOT MUST
K<L- COULD BE TRUE BUT NOT MUST (N=K)
J>M MUST BE TRUE -LOOK AT THE INEQUALITY
K<M- IF K=N AND N>M THEN K>M .

if create the chain correctly (DO STAIRS) it can take less than 1 minute:you start with J>K THEN SEE THAT N=K PUT IT BELOW K. THEN U KNOW THAT N>M AND IT'S SOLVED.
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17 Aug 2011, 12:34
Will be interesting to see time taken to do this. So please post time if possible.

June is taller than Kristin.
Letty is taller than Maria.
Maria is shorter than Nancy.
Kristin and Nancy are exactly the same height.
If the information above is true, which of the following must also be true?
(A) Letty is taller than Nancy.
(B) Letty is taller than June.
(C) Kristin is shorter than Letty.
(D) June is taller than Maria.
(E) Kristin is shorter than Maria.

1:19
J>K=N>M
&
L>M

A) No idea
B) No idea
C) No idea
D) True.
E) False.

Ans: "D"
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17 Aug 2011, 15:01
D, draw the heights on a line chart. L could be taller than M, all of M, K and N, or all of M, K, N and J

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17 Aug 2011, 19:43
1:25 with D

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18 Aug 2011, 09:54
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J>K
L>M
M<N
K=N

Hence (all Ks can be replaced by Ns and vice versa):
M<K
J>N

J>K and M<K (which is the same as K>M)
result in J>K>M
which says J>M

Is any of these inequalities given? Yes, the last one!

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