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# x and y are not integers. The value of x is closest to? 1. 4

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08 Jun 2007, 09:42
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x and y are not integers. The value of x is closest to?

1. 4 is the integer closest to x+y
2. 1 is the integer closest to x-y
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08 Jun 2007, 22:52
Dek wrote:
x and y are not integers. The value of x is closest to?

1. 4 is the integer closest to x+y
2. 1 is the integer closest to x-y

E. solving equations from 1 and 2:

2x = close to either 4 or 5 or 6.
if so, then x = close to either 2 or 3. NSF.
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