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How many integers x satisfy both 2 < x <= 4 and 0 < = x <= 3 ?

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2 < x <= 4 : x can have two values 3 or 4
0<= x <= 3 : x can have 4 values = 0,1,2,3,

common value = 3 ; Hence only one value for X; Hence E
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How many integers x satisfy both 2 < x <= 4 and 0 < = x <= 3 ?

A. 5

B. 4

C. 3

D. 2

E. 1


1. Given 2<x<=4; there is only two possible integers for this condition -- x=(3,4)
2. Given 0<=X<=3; x = (0,1,2,3)
3. The question stem asks for how many integers x satisfy both givens; since 3 is the only integer that overlaps both, there is only one integer x that satisfies both givens.

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2 < x <= 4 : x can have two values 3 or 4
0<= x <= 3 : x can have 4 values = 0,1,2,3,

common value = 3 ; Hence only one value for X;
Hence E
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Re: How many integers x satisfy both 2 < x <= 4 and 0 < = x <= 3 ?  [#permalink]

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New post 05 Jan 2019, 03:08
integers are non decimal number.
2<x≤4 = 3, 4
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0≤x≤3 -> 0, 1, 3

only 3 is common.

so only one integer.
answer: E
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