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• ### Typical Day of a UCLA MBA Student - Recording of Webinar with UCLA Adcom and Student

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07 Aug 2018, 11:18
Half way through the journey from Delhi to Lahore Atalji began to look out of the window of the Samjhauta Express and continued it until the distance which was remained to cover was half of what he has covered. Now at this time how much distance he has to cover?

A. 2/2

B. 1/4

C. 1/3

D. 1/6

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07 Aug 2018, 22:32
C
let total distance be x and distance already travelled be y
Hence distance to be covered = x-y which is half of distance already covered y

=> x-y = y/2
=> x = 3y/2
=> y = 2x/3
hence distance covered is 2/3 of total distance.
Thus distance left is 1/3 of total distance
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