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Thanks for clarifying!

So shall we always assume this kind of basic stuff in this type or question? Or in the real test, GRE will specifically mention?

PS: In GMAT, this would be a grave mistake! ;D

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I don't think that actual GRE would have questions which require you to make such assumptions.

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I agree with Sandy; the GRE test-makers would never make you assume that a point is the center of a circle.

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