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# GMAT SET 19 - 2

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24 Sep 2008, 18:21

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24 Sep 2008, 20:36
nikhilpoddar wrote:

should not it be between 3 and 4.

so 10/3.
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24 Sep 2008, 21:16
I agree with nikhil's answer above.

If the underlying assumption is that the question marks are equidistant, it would imply that p = 3 and s = 4

The only reasonable answer would seem to be 10/3 or 3.33
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24 Sep 2008, 23:37
Noting that P and S are integers:
-P can be 3 or 4 but not 5 since S is left of 6.
-S can be 4 or 5 but not 3 since P is right of 2.

Hence, 3 < m < 5

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