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What is the value of 36,500(1.05)^n?

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What is the value of 36,500(1.05)^n? [#permalink] New post 24 Dec 2012, 18:24
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What is the value of 36,500*1.05^n?

(1) n^2 -5n+6 = 0

(2) n-2\neq{0}

P.S. Does someone know how the Forum's Math plugin parses ≠?
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Re: What is the value of 36,500(1.05)^n? [#permalink] New post 25 Dec 2012, 04:08
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What is the value of 36,500*1.05^n?

(1) n^2 -5n+6 = 0 --> n=2 or n=3. Not sufficient.

(2) n-2\neq{0} --> n\neq{2}. Not sufficient.

(1)+(2) Since n\neq{2}, then n=3. Sufficient.

Answer: C.

megafan wrote:
P.S. Does someone know how the Forum's Math plugin parses ≠?


To get n-2\neq{0} wite x-2\neq{0} and press m button.

Check here: rules-for-posting-please-read-this-before-posting-133935.html#p1096628

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