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How many of integers L, M, and N are zeroes? (1) LMN=0 (2)

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How many of integers L, M, and N are zeroes? (1) LMN=0 (2) [#permalink]  19 May 2003, 22:48
How many of integers L, M, and N are zeroes?

(1) LMN=0
(2) L=M=N
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Yeah... this one is C. :silly:
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ok...that was quite silly...was searching for a funda.
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