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# which of the following gives the complete range of the

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04 Dec 2004, 08:32
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which of the following gives the complete range of the values for which X!/Y! ia an integer?

a) x>y
b) x> or = y
c) x<y
d)x< or = y
e)x=o

I am not satisfied with one the Princeton revew's instructur. therefore, i want to get your views.
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04 Dec 2004, 08:42
x should be >= y
so that all the numbers making up y! get cancelled out.
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04 Dec 2004, 09:54
Agree with B... Same explanation as above
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04 Dec 2004, 16:31
Agree with B if X and Y are stated as integers...
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