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If 3=m^2 and X represents the greatest possible value of m,

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If 3=m^2 and X represents the greatest possible value of m, [#permalink]  07 Aug 2004, 06:07
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If 3=m^2
and X represents the greatest possible value of m, & Y the least possible value of m, then
-X+y=?
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-X+Y = -2sqrt3

M could be either -sqrt(3) or +sqrt(3).
X= sqrt3
Y= - sqrt3
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