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Kudos [?]: 16 [0], given: 4

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100% (02:00) correct 0% (00:00) wrong based on 5 sessions
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asmit123 wrote:

It C .5
we know that
X+4 = 1,X= -3..................1
y+4= -5, Y=-9.................2
-3+e = 7; e = 10..............3
Z+e= 10
Z+10 = 10 ; z= 0......... from (3)..........4

Z+4 = m
from 4,
0+4 = m
m =4

-9+e =n
-9+10 =n ; n= 1 from (3)

thus m+n = 4+1 = 5
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thnx sudhir....i was not sure on how to read the problem...or rather read the matrix...
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