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# Does a=b? 1. {a-b}/{5}=0 2. {a+b}/5}=0

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27 Sep 2008, 18:20
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Does a=b?
1. {a-b}/{5}=0
2. {a+b}/5}=0

what will be answer? A , B , C, D or E

*ps. I am not aware that this question is already posted or not
Thanks
Vishal Shah

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27 Sep 2008, 18:39
A

1){a-b}/{5}=0

so a-b=0 a=b

suff

2) {a+b}/{5}

a+b=0 a=-b or a=b=0

insuff
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28 Sep 2008, 22:27
bigtreezl wrote:
A

1){a-b}/{5}=0

so a-b=0 a=b

suff

2) {a+b}/{5}

a+b=0 a=-b or a=b=0

insuff

Excellent! No need to say that I took the bait and answered D. It did not occur to me that a and b both could be 0. GMAT or GTRAP.

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