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# If k not equal to 0, 1 or -1 is 1/k>0? (1) 1/(k-1) >0

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22 Oct 2006, 10:39
Hong , thanks a lot for ur help......... u ve this magic touch explaining things in very simple logocal way which could be understood by anyone.

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23 Oct 2006, 04:16
[quote="ugo_castelo"]I pick B
Since K>0 so 1/K>0
a. not suf, if K=- 0,5, equation holds true and K<0
b. suf, K has to be greater than 1[/quote]

small mistake...
I flipped the choices
a. suf, K has to be greater than 1[/quote]
b. not suf, if K=- 0,5, equation holds true and K<0

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