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If wx=y , what is the value of xy ?

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If wx=y , what is the value of xy ?

1. wx^2 = 16

2. y = 4

WX=Y MULTIPLY WHOLE EXPRESSION BY X

WX^2 = YX= 16 A IS SUFF

FROM TWO NOT SUFF

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New post 12 Nov 2006, 21:37
St1:

wx^2 = 16
wx(x) = 16
xy = 16. Sufficient.

St2:
y = 4. Insufficient.


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