Tricky Triangles – daily GMAT practice example – DS

In today’s GMAT practice, we are going to look at a Triangles based gmat practice example.

Q. In a triangle two of the sides are 7 and 19. What is the value of the third side?

1) the triangle is an isosceles triangle

2) the third side is a multiple of 7

Difficulty level: 600+

Concepts/Topics tested: #Geometry, #triangles

Main/differentiating concept: Sum of two sides > greater than third side

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