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St1:
The 4 even integers could be 0,2,4,6 -> sum = 12. But product = 0
The 4 even integers could be 2,4,6,8 -> sum = 20. Out, since the sum must be less than 20. Sufficient.

St2:
Product of the smallest two even integer = positive. So we are pretty sure 0 is not in the list. The product of the four even integers must then be positive. Sufficient.

St1: The 4 even integers could be 0,2,4,6 -> sum = 12. But product = 0 The 4 even integers could be 2,4,6,8 -> sum = 20. Out, since the sum must be less than 20. Sufficient.

St2: Product of the smallest two even integer = positive. So we are pretty sure 0 is not in the list. The product of the four even integers must then be positive. Sufficient.

Ans D

Oooh... Looks like I missed the first one too. Its 2 AM and this is an indication that I should probably go and crash

St1: The 4 even integers could be 0,2,4,6 -> sum = 12. But product = 0 The 4 even integers could be 2,4,6,8 -> sum = 20. Out, since the sum must be less than 20. Sufficient.

St2: Product of the smallest two even integer = positive. So we are pretty sure 0 is not in the list. The product of the four even integers must then be positive. Sufficient.