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hi i think where u r going wrong is that u r taking that both x and y need to be +ive int.. in that case there will be no other sol except x as 4 and y as 5....because rest values of y(1,2,3,5,6,7) doesnt give any int value of x... but then it is possible that only grapes or only oranges were bought ie(x,y)can be(0,10)or(8,0).. however both si and sii confirm ans to be (4,5) _________________

hi i think where u r going wrong is that u r taking that both x and y need to be +ive int.. in that case there will be no other sol except x as 4 and y as 5....because rest values of y(1,2,3,5,6,7) doesnt give any int value of x... but then it is possible that only grapes or only oranges were bought ie(x,y)can be(0,10)or(8,0).. however both si and sii confirm ans to be (4,5)

yup i think ur right. im so used to thinking about weighted average and the distance between x and y that i totally overlooked 0 as a possible answer.

hi i think where u r going wrong is that u r taking that both x and y need to be +ive int.. in that case there will be no other sol except x as 4 and y as 5....because rest values of y(1,2,3,5,6,7) doesnt give any int value of x... but then it is possible that only grapes or only oranges were bought ie(x,y)can be(0,10)or(8,0).. however both si and sii confirm ans to be (4,5)

hi you are absolutly right. then can we "D" choice as right answer. or any thing ealse. _________________

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