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# a,b,c,d are integers, a<b<c<d. Are a,b,c,d

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a,b,c,d are integers, a<b<c<d. Are a,b,c,d [#permalink]  13 Apr 2006, 08:54
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a,b,c,d are integers, a<b<c<d. Are a,b,c,d consecutive integers?

1. c-b=1

2. d-a=3
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Statement 1: This tells us only enough to know that c and b are consecutive integers.

Statement 2: This is sufficient. Because we know that a, b, c and d are all integers, if the difference between d and a is 3, then d-b = 2, and d-c = 1. Therefore, this is sufficient.
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Agree with the gang. go B go!

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Another one for B!! Made a mistake initiatlly tho!
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Good job, everyone~
OA is B.
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