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How many of integers P, Q, and R are zeroes? (1) PQR=0 (2)

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How many of integers P, Q, and R are zeroes?

(1) PQR=0
(2) P+Q+R=0

Kudos [?]: 312 [0], given: 0

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New post 19 May 2003, 22:33
agree with E.
But initially I have thought that it is B. I was wrong.

from (1) one, two, or three zeroes
from (2) one or three zeroes

combine: one or three zeroes. E.

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New post 18 Mar 2006, 22:22
"E" it is :banana

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New post 19 Mar 2006, 07:26
the answer is E 8-)

1) all 3 could be zero, or one of them

2) all 3 could be zero, or one of them

combined.. still the same..
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