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For any integers x and y, min(x, y) and max(x, y) denote the minimum

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For any integers x and y, min(x, y) and max(x, y) denote the minimum and the maximum of x and y, respectively. For example, min(2, 1) = 1 and max(2,1) = 2. If a, b, c and d are distinct positive integers, is max(a, max(b, min(c, d))) = max(d, max(a, min(b, c))) ?

I. b, c and d are factors of a

II. a – 2d = b + c
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For any integers x and y, min(x, y) and max(x, y) denote the minimum and the maximum of x and y, respectively. For example, min(2, 1) = 1 and max(2,1) = 2. If a, b, c and d are distinct positive integers, is max(a, max(b, min(c, d))) = max(d, max(a, min(b, c))) ?

I. b, c and d are factors of a

II. a – 2d = b + c


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