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A boy started from one corner of a rectangular path and walks along the adjacent sides to reach opposite corner.........

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A boy started from one corner of a rectangular path and walks along the adjacent sides to reach opposite corner.
If he had walked through a shortest distance diagonally, he could have saved the distance equal to five-sixth of the shortest side a park, then what is the ratio of a longest side to the shortest side?

posted Sep 6, 2022 by Karan Joglekar

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