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# If m−1=13, then m−2

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GMAT.OG.0209
Book Question: 209

If m−1=13, then m−2 is equal to

A. −9
B. −3
C. −19
D. 19
E. 9

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04 Apr 2018, 06:41
Nixondutta wrote:
GMAT.OG.0209
Book Question: 209

If m−1=13, then m−2 is equal to

A. −9
B. −3
C. −19
D. 19
E. 9

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