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What is the volume of a box with dimensions a, b, and c?

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What is the volume of a box with dimensions a, b, and c?
i. a = 18/(bc)
ii. b = 2, c = 4
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New post 05 Apr 2019, 09:08
dabaobao wrote:
What is the volume of a box with dimensions a, b, and c?
i. a = 18/(bc)
ii. b = 2, c = 4


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At the first glance there is not enough information to solve the problem, but when actually attempted, the problems appears solvable.

Need V = abc?

1) abc = 18 => Sufficient

2) No value of a => Not sufficient

Answer: A
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New post 05 Apr 2019, 09:29
Option A: a = 18/bc.
=> abc = 18, which the is the volume of the box.
Sufficient.

Option B: value of 'a' can't be derived. Hence insufficient.

Answer: A.


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