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what is the value of B if a = b/c^2 ? 1) ac^2 = 50 2) c^2 =

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what is the value of B if a = b/c^2 ?

1) ac^2 = 50
2) c^2 = 10 and a^2 = 25.

small mistake cause one question wrong in DS :-D I selected "D" didnt notice the second part in the sentenace. :-D
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New post 12 May 2011, 17:03
(1)

aC^2 = b

=> b = 50

Sufficient

(2)

c^2 = 10

but a^2 = 25

=> a = 5 or -5

So b = -50 or 50

Insufficient

Answer - A
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New post 12 May 2011, 17:08
1. Sufficient

\(b =ac^2\) = 50

2. Not sufficient.

a =+5 or -5 , c^2 = 10

so b = +50 or b = -50

Answer is A.

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New post 12 May 2011, 21:39
Two possible values make B wrong, no such problem with A

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New post 13 May 2011, 02:07
A is clean.

B a= +|- 5 and c = +|- 10^(1/2)

Hence A
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