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a,b and c are integers greater than 2. what is the value of a+b+c ?

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a,b and c are integers greater than 2. what is the value of a+b+c ?

1. bc= 35
2. abc=105
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a,b and c are integers greater than 2. what is the value of a+b+c ?

1. bc= 35
2. abc=105



St 1: By prime factorization : bc=5*7; but no info about a.

Insufficient

St 2: By prime factorization : abc =3*5*7 (since all of them are integers greater than 2)

Therefor a+b+c =15

Sufficient

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tagmag wrote:
a,b and c are integers greater than 2. what is the value of a+b+c ?

1. bc= 35
2. abc=105



St I
bc =35
now 35 = 7*5
so b =5 and c =7 or c = 7 and b = 5
so b+c = 12 but nothing is given about a ----------Insufficient.

St II
abc = 105
now 105 = 3*5*7
so a,b and c can take any of the values i.e. 3,5,7
but their sum will always be 15 ---------Sufficient

Hence Option B is correct.
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