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# must be true question OG10

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If s, u, v are positive integers and 2s=2u + 2v, which of the following must be true?

1 . s=u
11. u is not equal to v
111. s>v

please explain the logic with steps to evaluate
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27 Sep 2010, 22:14
V is positive so v>0 and s=u+v so s>u

Nothing stops this from being true or false

U is positive so u>0 and s=u+v so s>v

Hence III only
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27 Sep 2010, 22:15
s=u+v and they are all posittive interger => s>u, s>v
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