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New post 17 Jan 2009, 09:25
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I would jus multiply numerator and denominator of the term in the question by the denominator of the term in the question.

That will change the denominator as common to statement 2 and 3 ...

and if you pick no. like 9 and 16....as x and y

then note the question says ...it must be true ....

statement i is yes and no both

statement ii is always true

statement iii is yes and no both


ii only.

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