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# Find C+|C| (1) |C|=1 (2) C^2=sqrt C

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Find C+|C| (1) |C|=1 (2) C^2=sqrt C [#permalink]

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10 Jun 2003, 00:49
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Find C+|C|

(1) |C|=1
(2) C^2=sqrt C

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26 Jun 2003, 07:41
C:

First statement gives two values: -1 and 1
Second statement gives two values: 0, 1

Therefore, the only common value is 1

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26 Jun 2003, 07:50
I.e., both statements together are sufficient to answer the question, but neither statement alone is sufficient

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27 Jun 2003, 01:08
Prashant, you are right. It is C.

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27 Jun 2003, 01:08
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