Geometry Problem Puzzle Pieces
From time to time, we like to feature questions and answers on our GRE forum because many of these discussions can be helpful to other students as well. This post concerns a geometry problem that requires a little experimentation to determine precisely what the question is asking. We discuss how to proceed step-by-step to construct a plan of attack and use our strong grasp of geometry fundamentals to break a challenging puzzle into manageable pieces.
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