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24 Jun 2007, 21:32
LM wrote:
Himalayan wrote:
LM wrote:
Pl exp.

C. I and III

Any example for the number III?

For I.
X=100
Y=2
Z=1

suff.

For III.

X=2,

Y=-1

Z=1/2

Suff.

Unable to think of some number to meet III. ( under time pressure of 2 minutes! )

Anyone to help please. Help needed urgently
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24 Jun 2007, 22:32
go with E.

st1 : x - 1/2 ; y - 1/4 ; z - 0

st2 : x- 1/2; y - 1/8; z - 1/4

st3 : x - 1/16; y - 1/8; z - 1/4
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25 Jun 2007, 02:25
grad_mba wrote:
go with E.

st1 : x - 1/2 ; y - 1/4 ; z - 0

st2 : x- 1/2; y - 1/8; z - 1/4

st3 : x - 1/16; y - 1/8; z - 1/4

Wonderful! How long did it take for you to come up with such an example? Just curious
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25 Jun 2007, 08:45
there is no BKM for such qs

i always try -ve / 0 / fractions wherever possible ..

this took me ~2.5 minutes
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25 Jun 2007, 18:37
I and III

x>y>z is very clear

Also y>z if, y and z are >1
if y=1/3, z=1/4 the condition is again satisfied

x>z>y is also possible
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26 Jun 2007, 06:39
Should be 'E'.

i x =50 y =5 z=2
ii x=1/4 y=1/3 z=1/2
iii x=50 y=-5 z =2

This is one of the crazy questions, which eat you time. It took me around 3 mins to solve this.
26 Jun 2007, 06:39
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