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Find F/|G|, where F and G are nonzero integers. (1)

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Find F/|G|, where F and G are nonzero integers. (1) [#permalink] New post 13 May 2007, 22:54
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Find F/|G|, where F and G are nonzero integers.

(1) |F|=|G|
(2) G=|F|
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Re: PS: some more [#permalink] New post 13 May 2007, 23:00
Himalayan wrote:
Find F/|G|, where F and G are nonzero integers.

(1) |F|=|G|
(2) G=|F|


(1) |F| = |G| => F & G can be either positive or negative => F/|G| can be 1 or -1 => insuff

(2) G = |F| => We can only determine G > 0 but do not know the sign of F => insuff

(1) & (2) => The sign of F is still unknown => insuff

Hence, (E)
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Find F/|G|, where F and G are nonzero integers.

(1) |F|=|G|
(2) G=|F|


E?

|F| = |G| = G = |3| = |-3| = 3
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 [#permalink] New post 14 May 2007, 00:44
(E) as well... Same way to solve it as kirakira uses :)
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 [#permalink] New post 14 May 2007, 05:22
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in both statements we eliminate the sign, but we need to know it.
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