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# K is a nonzero integer. Is K<0? (1) |K-|K||=0 (2) K^K=K^3

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06 Jun 2003, 01:23
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K is a nonzero integer. Is K<0?
(1) |K-|K||=0
(2) K^K=K^3
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06 Jun 2003, 05:18
I get that k=0 from A.

Thus A is sufficient b/c we know that k isnt <0.

Is this correct.
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06 Jun 2003, 23:17
actually, from 1), K can be any positive integer and 0. This doesn't change the answer tho...still A
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06 Jun 2003, 23:18
I am getting old
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07 Jun 2003, 06:42
skoper wrote:
actually, from 1), K can be any positive integer and 0. This doesn't change the answer tho...still A

Why don't you think that it could be D?
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07 Jun 2003, 12:53
can't be D

from 2) K can be -1 or 1
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08 Jun 2003, 00:38
It is given that K is a nonzero integer
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