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Is - 25 + 19 + n = s ?

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Is - 25 + 19 + n = s ?

(1) s = 2
(2) n/s = 4


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Is - 25 + 19 + n = s ?

(1) s = 2
(2) n/s = 4


OG modified question what would be the solution for this question? I have provided an OA if you think its debatable will change after discussions.


1) s = 2. So we get, Is n-6 = 2 or Is n=8?... We do not know. Insufficient.

2) n = 4s. So we get Is 4s - 6 = s. Or 3s = 6 or Is s = 2?. We do not know. Insufficient.

1 & 2 together,

s = 2, n = 8. Sufficient

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