Wednesday, July 28, 2010

GMAT Question of the Day

Alfa, Beta and Gamma are inner angles in a triangle. If Alfa = Beta + Gamma, what can’t be the size of Beta?
(a) 44 degrees.
(b) 45 degrees.
(c) 89 degrees.
(d) 90 degrees.
(e) There isn’t enough data to determine.

If Beta is 90 degrees than Alfa is bigger than 90 and the sum of the angles in the triangle will be bigger than 180 degrees.

The best answer is D.