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What is the vaule of d? (1) d+e=d-e (2) d^2-ed=0

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What is the vaule of d?

(1) d+e=d-e
(2) d^2-ed=0
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Statement 1
Insuff. only tells e=0

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d=0/d=e . Insufff

Together. d=0
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