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Number Properties Problem Solving-HELP [#permalink]
04 Feb 2005, 12:36

How would you solve this?

If p & q are positive integers, how many integers are larger than pq and smaller than p(q+2)?

a) 3
b) p+2
c) p-2
d) 2p-1
e) 2p+1

I understand that picking numbers is one way to go. But, what is confusing me is the second part of the sentence. "How many integers are...." What does this exactly mean?