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# How many zeroes are among three integers P, Q, and R? (1)

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04 Aug 2003, 01:30
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How many zeroes are among three integers P, Q, and R?

(1) P/(Q*R) is an integer
(2) 1/(P*Q*R) is an integer
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04 Aug 2003, 03:40
St. I: P may or may not be zero. It does not give the answer.

St II: 1/ P*Q*R is an integer. For this statement to be true - none of them can be zero. hence there are no zeroes
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04 Aug 2003, 03:50
B is correct. P=Q=R=1.
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