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There are positive integers P and Q. Is P>Q? (1) Their

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There are positive integers P and Q. Is P>Q? (1) Their [#permalink]  10 Jun 2003, 08:34
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There are positive integers P and Q. Is P>Q?

(1) Their GCD is 1
(2) Q=2
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E for me too. P can be 1 or any number more than 2 which is not divisible by 2.
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E is OK

P can be 1 or 3 to satisfy both the sets.
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