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# P, Q, R and S are points on the number line in that order.

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P, Q, R and S are points on the number line in that order. If the distance from P to S is 10, what is the distance from Q to R?

1) The distance from P to R is 3.
2) The distance from Q to S is 9.

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P, Q, R and S are points on the number line in that order. If the distance from P to S is 10, what is the distance from Q to R?

1) The distance from P to R is 3.
2) The distance from Q to S is 9.

Statement 1: The distance from P to R is 3.

The relation of these points P, R, S with Point Q is unknown

Hence NOT SUFFICIENT

Statement 2: The distance from Q to S is 9

The relation of these points P, S, Q with Point R is unknown

Hence NOT SUFFICIENT

Combining the twos statements

PR = 3
QS = 9
PS = 10

P 1 Q 2 R 7 S

The arrangement will be as mentioned above with the Numbers representing distance between two adjacent points

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