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Bunuel, if the question states that x, y and z are greater then 1... then is ok to say that one of thoes is 1? as I read it , none of them can be one " GREATER THEN 1"???

Bunuel, if the question states that x, y and z are greater then 1... then is ok to say that one of thoes is 1? as I read it , none of them can be one " GREATER THEN 1"???

Again: "If x, y and z are integers greater than 1 ..." So none of them is one. _________________

Re: If integers x, y and z are greater than 1 what is the value [#permalink]
20 Oct 2013, 10:48

Bunuel,

The problem doesnt specifically state that the integers are unique or different. Is it possible for A to be insufficient as xyz to be 7*7*5 with a sum of 19 or the answer provided above with 2*5*7 and a sum of 14?

I'm assuming the variables need to be unique integer values, but this threw me off at first.

Re: If integers x, y and z are greater than 1 what is the value [#permalink]
20 Oct 2013, 10:51

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affalcon12 wrote:

Bunuel,

The problem doesnt specifically state that the integers are unique or different. Is it possible for A to be insufficient as xyz to be 7*7*5 with a sum of 19 or the answer provided above with 2*5*7 and a sum of 14?

I'm assuming the variables need to be unique integer values, but this threw me off at first.