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    If 13 = 13w/(1-w) ,then (2w)2 =?
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    13(1-w)=13w
    1-w=w
    w=1/2
    2*1/2*2=2



    Posted by: santosh    

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    2 is the correct answer.



    Posted by: vikas bhardwaj    

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    answer is '2'

    3=13w/(1-w)
    13-13w=13w
    13=26w
    1=2w......(1)

    2w(2)=?
    2w(2)=x (if x=2)
    4w=2
    2w=1.....(2)
    1&2 equal so answer is '2'



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    3=13w/(1-w)
    for the above equation to be equal we want,
    w/(1-w)= 1
    therefore w=0.5, hence substituting the value of 0.5 in the second equation.
    We get :
    (2w)2 = 2(.5)2 = 2



    Posted by: Rohit Nangia    

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    ans is "2".
    13 = 13w/(1-w)
    13(1-w)=13w
    1-w=w
    1=w+w
    1=2w
    w=1/2.

    now, substitute w in (2w)2
    =2(1/2)2
    =2.
    therefore (2w)2=2.



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    2



    Posted by: Ankur    

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    if 13=13w/1-w
    13(1-w)=13w
    1-w=w
    2w=1
    w=1/2
    then 2(w)2=2*1/2*2=2





    Posted by: n.rajeevreddy    

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    Correct answer is "2"



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