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Statement 1 --> Not sufficient because b can be 4938 or any multiple of 4938. Therefore, b has got multiple values and therefore this statement is insufficient.

Statement 2--> f = 6 so e can be 7 or 8 Therefore insufficient.

Statement 1 & 2 together are insufficient. So my answer is E. But the book says its B as they say c=3, d = 4, e =5. But my question is stem doesn't say they are consecutive integers so it can't be? Guys - am I reading something wrong over here? can you please help?

Re: If b=0.cdef where c,d,e and f represent non-zero digits, [#permalink]
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in these kinds of questions, actually how did you know that the question meant that c,d,e and f represent non zero different digits? it didn't say that the digits are different, so for example, you could have d and e =8, so I believe that the question should have mentioned that these are different non zero digits, and NOT ONLY saying that they are non zero digits.

Re: If b=0.cdef where c,d,e and f represent non-zero digits, [#permalink]
01 Oct 2012, 23:00

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in these kinds of questions, actually how did you know that the question meant that c,d,e and f represent non zero different digits? it didn't say that the digits are different, so for example, you could have d and e =8, so I believe that the question should have mentioned that these are different non zero digits, and NOT ONLY saying that they are non zero digits.

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