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 [#permalink] New post 11 Dec 2005, 03:11
The function # is defined for any positive whole number N as being the product
#N = (JV -1)(AT - 2)(JV - 3). What is the sum of #1, #2, #3, and #4?

A. -10
B. 6
C. 12
D. 60
E. 256

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What are JV and AT?

If they are other names of N, then #1 = #2 = #3 = 0.
#4 = (4-1)(4-2)(4-3) = 6.
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Dec 2005, 04:06
gamjatang wrote:
The function # is defined for any positive whole number N as being the product
#N = (JV -1)(AT - 2)(JV - 3). What is the sum of #1, #2, #3, and #4?

A. -10
B. 6
C. 12
D. 60
E. 256

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What are JV and AT?

If they are other names of N, then #1 = #2 = #3 = 0.
#4 = (4-1)(4-2)(4-3) = 6.


Wasted 3 minutes trying to figure out the same issue! Used the same method and got 6 by default.

OA is (B)
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