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# If n is an integer, is 2^n/1000 > 1? (1) 100/2^n < 0.1

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24. If n is an integer, is 2^n/1000 > 1?

(1) 100/2^n < 0.1
(2) = 32

I got it that (1) is sufficient but I do not know how to approach data set (2)
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19 Dec 2004, 19:03
If (2) is n= 32
then, dataset 2 also is sufficient.

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24. If n is an integer, is 2^n/1000 > 1?

(1) 100/2^n < 0.1
(2) = 32

I got it that (1) is sufficient but I do not know how to approach data set (2)
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19 Dec 2004, 19:10
Dataset 2 is as follows:

(2) square root of 2^n = 32

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19 Dec 2004, 19:25
Then, 2^n = 1024 that is > 1000.

So, dataset 2 is also sufficient.
19 Dec 2004, 19:25
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