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Difficulty: 555-605 Level,    Absolute Values,    Inequalities,                            
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Given the inequalities above, which of the following CANNOT be the val [#permalink]
The maximum value of S would be 5 (Since we know that ABS(S) <= 5)
So the maximum value of 4S + 5 would be 25
r cannot be greater than 25...
r = 20 is the only answer choice that wouldn't work.
For anything below 3*r = 25, it is possible
that's what I understood from the question, not sure tho
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Given the inequalities above, which of the following CANNOT be the val [#permalink]
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