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If c and f are integers, is zc > zf?

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If c and f are integers, is zc > zf?

(1) z^3*c > z^3*f
(2) z is less than 10

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18 Feb 2017, 12:57
Could you please clarify whether statement 1 is: z^(3c) > z^(3f) or (z^3)*c > (z^3)*f? How one interprets statement 1 conclusively affects the answer choice.
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18 Feb 2017, 13:02
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CFGauss wrote:
Could you please clarify whether statement 1 is: z^(3c) > z^(3f) or (z^3)*c > (z^3)*f? How one interprets statement 1 conclusively affects the answer choice.

Mathematically z^3*c can only mean (z^3)*c. If it were z^(3c) it would be written that way.
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