Statement (1): Both n=1 and n=4 satisfy this statement. This statement alone is not
sufficient.
Statement (2): Since n is an integer, the only solutions for n are n= -1,0,1 . This
statement alone is not sufficient.
Statements (1) & (2): Since n^3 is a perfect square, and perfect squares are positive integers, we
must have that n is positive. The only positive solution that satisfies is n^3=n is n=1 . Thus, we
have a definitive answer to the question. The statements together are sufficient.
The correct answer is Choice (C)
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