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The numbers x and y are NOT integers. The value of x is

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The numbers x and y are NOT integers. The value of x is [#permalink] New post 02 May 2007, 07:32
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The numbers x and y are NOT integers. The value of x is closest to which integer?

(1) 4 is the integer that is closest to x+y
(2) 1 is the integer that is closest to x-y

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 [#permalink] New post 02 May 2007, 08:08
Good luck, man!

I get E here. Here is my reasoning:

Because there are a bunch of possible combinations of x+y to get a number closest to int. 4, A is out => BCE

Because there are a bunch of possible combinations of x-y to get a number closest to int. 1, B is out => CE

If x = 2.7 and y = 1.4, x+y ~ 4; x-y ~ 1 => x is closest to int. 3
If x = 2.3 and y = 1.5, x+y ~ 4; x-y ~ 1 => x is closest to int. 2

From the above, we get 2 different integers closest to x => E
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 [#permalink] New post 02 May 2007, 10:03
Answer is E. Same explanation as given by nervousgmat.
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