If v and w are different integers, does v = 0?
Given info V and W are different integers so it can't be equal so (1,1) , (2,2) etc are ruled out
\((1) vw = v^2\)
\(v^2 - vw = v(v-w) = 0\)
Since v and w are different integers v must be 0 sufficient!
(2) w = 2
No information about v insufficient
Answer is A
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