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If m and n are positive integers, then is p equal to product of m and

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If m and n are positive integers, then is p equal to product of m and n?

(1) p is a product of two prime numbers.

(2) m and n are prime numbers.
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Re: If m and n are positive integers, then is p equal to product of m and [#permalink]

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If m and n are positive integers, then is p equal to product of m and n?

(1) p is a product of two prime numbers.

(2) m and n are prime numbers.

Dear vikasp99,

I'm happy to respond. :-)

With all due respect, my friend, where did you get this disastrous question?

The question is asking about the relationship of p to m & n, and absolutely nothing in the question addresses that connection at all. Of course nothing is sufficient here.

This question is an abysmal failure of a practice DS question. If you got this from a book, burn the book.

Here's a much higher quality question:
Does k equal 10

Does all this make sense?
Mike :-)
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