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# If r and s are nonzero integers, is r/s an integer ? (1) s – 4 = (r +

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If r and s are nonzero integers, is r/s an integer ?

(1) s – 4 = (r + 2)(r – 2)
(2) r^2 – s^2 = -12

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08 Jan 2018, 06:50
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If r and s are nonzero integers, is r/s an integer ?

(1) s – 4 = (r + 2)(r – 2)
(2) r^2 – s^2 = -12

Discussed here: if-r-and-s-are-nonzero-integers-is-r-s-an-integer-251157.html

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