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# Is y < (x+z)/2? 1) y-x <z> (z-x)/2

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29 Jul 2007, 13:06
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Is y < (x+z)/2?

1) y-x <z> (z-x)/2
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29 Jul 2007, 19:40
This question is incomplete. Where is statement 2?
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30 Jul 2007, 07:25
I can not get it to post statement 2 correctly. When I submit the post it blends 1 and 2 together. Just ignore the question.
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30 Jul 2007, 07:56
lanter1 wrote:
I can not get it to post statement 2 correctly. When I submit the post it blends 1 and 2 together. Just ignore the question.

Just disable HTML and post. It should work fine.
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