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# If a, x, y, and z are integers greater than zero,

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If a, x, y, and z are integers greater than zero, are both x and y less than z?
1) ax+xz+ay+yz<$$z^2$$+az
2) x < z

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Re: If a, x, y, and z are integers greater than zero,  [#permalink]

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28 Feb 2019, 21:23
Abhi077 wrote:
If a, x, y, and z are integers greater than zero, are both x and y less than z?
1) ax+xz+ay+yz<$$z^2$$+az
2) x < z

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