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a, b and c are positve integers. Is a% of b greater than y%

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a, b and c are positve integers. Is a% of b greater than y% of C?

1) c -b =b-a
2) a= c
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We don't have any information about y, thus (E).
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New post 12 Dec 2005, 08:13
gamjatang wrote:
We don't have any information about y, thus (E).


I think Nakib is trying to trick us again with that Y variable.
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New post 12 Dec 2005, 11:02
Good job guys. E is the OA. we don't have any information about y.
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