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If s and t are two different numbers on the number line, is

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If s and t are two different numbers on the number line, is s+t equal to 0 ?

1)The distance between s and 0 is the same as the distance between t and 0
2) 0 is between s and t
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A?

S1 This statement makes either S or T positive and the other number negative. If they are equal distance from 0 on the number line (-1 and 1; -150 and 150) then -1+1 = 0, -150+150 = 0, etc.

S2 Not sufficient. For example: S = -10 and T = 5 implies that 0 is between -10 and 5 or S = -5 and T = 5 implies that 0 lies between -5 and 5 and -5+5 = 0.
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New post 04 Dec 2006, 21:48
Going for A too

They are different numbers and the distance between s and 0 is the same as the distance between t and 0
Only possible, if one of them is + and other one is -
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U guys are correct.

I cant believe I missed such an obvious clue :evil:

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New post 05 Dec 2006, 18:29
I will go for Option A.
The stat 2 by itself is not sufficient to say if [S] and [T ] are equal.
The question can be answered only if [s]=[t].
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