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is R+S is bigger than 5?
1) R is bigger than 2
2) S is bigger than 2
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05 Oct 2003, 22:20
Neither info alone is sufficient.
Since it is not mandatory that R and S be integers, R+S can be 4,2 or 5,2. Therefore, it is E.
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