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What is the value of z ?

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New post 05 Aug 2003, 04:15
Konstantin Lynov wrote:
What is the value of z ?

1) y=2-3z
2) 6z+2y=4


Answer is C

Solving the two equations we get Z=2/3 and y=0
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New post 05 Aug 2003, 04:18
Here we go, one has eaten the bate
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New post 05 Aug 2003, 04:22
Other ideas, please. Careful with DS practice question I have posted!
They are from Caplan's GMAT 800 book and, to my opinion, one has to be rather smart to have a bunch of questions alike done in the allotted time...

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Konstantin Lynov wrote:
Here we go, one has eaten the bate


Agree Lynov....Answer is E... I was too quick to bite... the bait looked delicious ...!!!

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New post 05 Aug 2003, 06:46
good one. Isn't it called inconsistant equation or something?
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I think its called infinite solutions!
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