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There's a rectangular table. Can you cover this table with a rectangular glass?

1) Length and width of the table are 40 and 36, respectivily.
2) The size(=area) of the glass is 1600.
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31 Oct 2005, 07:05
I would say it is E (both conditions insuff)....
even though the area of the table = 1440 < 1600, you do not know the dimensions of the glass...
So, 1600 = 40 x 40; 80x20.... which do not cover the glass

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31 Oct 2005, 08:42
Going with E.

1) We all need the relation of the gladd ----> Insuff.
2) We have area of glass, but no speciifc on l or w, or table's---->Insuff

Together, we don't have the l and w of the glass

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There's a rectangular table. Can you cover this table with a rectangular glass?

1) Length and width of the table are 40 and 36, respectivily.
2) The size(=area) of the glass is 1600.

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