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# Which number in Set P has a value greater than that of every

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2.Which number in Set P has a value greater than that of every other member of Set P, if all the members of set P are negative integers?

(1) Each member of set P is the product of -1 and a prime number

(2) Atleast one member of P is even
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12 Sep 2003, 15:52
Agree.. A

From (1) you know that it must be -2
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12 Sep 2003, 17:05
MartinMag wrote:
Agree.. A

From (1) you know that it must be -2

hey

from 1....it can be 2 or 3 or 5...or any prime number.

so inconclusive..dont you think

I think C.

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13 Sep 2003, 18:09
praetorian123 wrote:
MartinMag wrote:
Agree.. A

From (1) you know that it must be -2

hey

from 1....it can be 2 or 3 or 5...or any prime number.

so inconclusive..dont you think

I think C.

Thanks
Praetorian

Yep! I was totally distracted

C indeed
13 Sep 2003, 18:09
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