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# if n and p are integers ,is p>0? A:n+1 >0 B:np>0

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21 Oct 2008, 18:26
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if n and p are integers ,is p>0?

A:n+1 >0
B:np>0

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21 Oct 2008, 19:01
vishalgc wrote:
if n and p are integers, is p>0?

A: n+1 > 0

B: np > 0

A: n >=0. nsf.
B: n and p both are either -ve or +ve. nsf.

A+B: from B, n is not 0. From A, it must be +ve, so does p. suff..

C.
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21 Oct 2008, 19:17
GMAT TIGER wrote:
A: n >=0. nsf.
B: n and p both are either -ve or +ve. nsf.

A+B: from B, n is not 0. From A, it must be +ve, so does p. suff..

C.

agreed

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22 Oct 2008, 00:44
guys are you really sure about c?

who tells you that n is not 0 ?

thanks for clarification

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22 Oct 2008, 01:33
domleon wrote:
guys are you really sure about c?

who tells you that n is not 0 ?

thanks for clarification

statement 2 says np>0 that means neither n nor p can be 0
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