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# a, b and are consecutive integers where a<b<c. which

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a, b and are consecutive integers where a<b<c. which [#permalink]  24 Jan 2008, 23:46
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a, b and are consecutive integers where a<b<c. which of the following could not be the valeu of c^2-b^2-a^2?

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Re: % [#permalink]  25 Jan 2008, 00:13
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a, b and are consecutive integers where a<b<c. which of the following could not be the valeu of c^2-b^2-a^2?

-21
-12
-6
0
3

abc =-4-3-2, 4-9-16=-21, A out
abc = -3-2-1, 1-4-9=-12 , B out
abc = -2-1, 0, 0 -1-4 = -5, C in
abc = -1, 0, 1, 1-0-1 = 0, D out
abc = 0 1 2, 4-1-0=3, E out

C

Anyway, where is Walker?
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Re: % [#permalink]  25 Jan 2008, 00:36
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