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If w, y, and z are positive integers, and w = y – z, is w a perfect square?

(1) y + z is a perfect square.

(2) z is even
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Re: DS - perfect squares [#permalink] New post 28 Jan 2008, 17:44
JCLEONES wrote:
If w, y, and z are positive integers, and w = y – z, is w a perfect square?

(1) y + z is a perfect square.

(2) z is even


first of all. perfect squares: 0, 1, 4, 9, 16....
0 is a positive even integer
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assume y=4 and z=0 then yes w=4 perf. sq.
assume y=12 and z=4 then no w=8 is not a perf. sq.
not suff.

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z is even. there is no info about y and it can be anything
refer to the 1st statement again not suff.

combined. not suff.

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Re: DS - perfect squares [#permalink] New post 29 Jan 2008, 11:51
JCLEONES wrote:
If w, y, and z are positive integers, and w = y – z, is w a perfect square?

(1) y + z is a perfect square.

(2) z is even



1: can be 12+4 thus 12-4 is not a perfect square. Or can be 10+6=16 and 10-6=4 Insuff.

2: no help.

z is even in the cases we worked with in S1. Thus Insuff for both.

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