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# Four lettersa, b, c, and drepresent one integer each from one throug

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It is given that numbers are each from one through four and are distinct.

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Kinshook From the question, we have c>a>d. How did you get the relationship between a > b > d? Is there something in the question which says the numbers are in consecutive order?
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