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How many integers n are there such that r < n < s ?

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05 Nov 2003, 13:19
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How many integers n are there such that r < n < s?
(1) s - r = 5
(2) r and s are not integers.

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05 Nov 2003, 13:30
1. statement 1 not sufficient as they can be decimals. 45.5 and 50.5 could be 5 integers,and between 5 and 10 there will be 4.

2. in itself in not enuff.

together they are suff...for there will be 5 integers.so C.

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05 Nov 2003, 17:24
sudzpwc wrote:
1. statement 1 not sufficient as they can be decimals. 45.5 and 50.5 could be 5 integers,and between 5 and 10 there will be 4.

2. in itself in not enuff.

together they are suff...for there will be 5 integers.so C.

Wouldn't the answer be B? The statment 2 is sufficient.

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