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A computer routine was developed to generate two numbers, ( x,y), the first being a random number between 0 and 100 inclusive, and the second being less than or equal to the square root of the first. Each of the following pairs satisfies this routine EXCEPT:

(A) (99, 10)
(B) (85, 9)
(C) (50, 7)
(D) (1 , 1)
(E) (1, 0)

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10^2 = 100 which is more than 99, hence the pair (99,10) does not satisfy the given condition.

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A computer routine was developed to generate two numbers, ( x,y), the first being a random number between 0 and 100 inclusive, and the second being less than or equal to the square root of the first. Each of the following pairs satisfies this routine EXCEPT:

(A) (99, 10)
(B) (85, 9)
(C) (50, 7)
(D) (1 , 1)
(E) (1, 0)

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\(10^2 = 100\)

so option A is doesnt satidfy conditon
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99 is slightly less than 100, which has a square root of 10. Square root of 99 is therefore less than 10, so answer is B
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99 is slightly less than 100, which has a square root of 10. Square root of 99 is therefore less than 10, so answer is B


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Whoops, yeah I meant to write A I swear! :roll:
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A computer routine was developed to generate two numbers, ( x,y), the first being a random number between 0 and 100 inclusive, and the second being less than or equal to the square root of the first. Each of the following pairs satisfies this routine EXCEPT:

(A) (99, 10)
(B) (85, 9)
(C) (50, 7)
(D) (1 , 1)
(E) (1, 0)

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A doesnt satisfy one of the conditions mentioned
10^2 is not 100.
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