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Help Needed for DS question [#permalink] New post 29 Dec 2005, 22:59
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How to go about solving DS question? Can anyone tell me how to tackle the DS question? :?:
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 [#permalink] New post 30 Dec 2005, 08:52
A couple of important thing that helped me:
- Treat both statements (call it S1 and S2) SEPERATLY. Its very common mistake to carry over information from S1 to S2 or other way around.

- As most of the guides suggest, use POE(process of elimination). AD/BCE. Practice it till you become master in this.

- Pay close attention to details like Integet/Non-zero/Odd prime/Digit/Non-negative etc.

Personally I found it helpful to try S2 first.
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