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# If the answer in a DS question is D does that mean A and B

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If the answer in a DS question is D does that mean A and B [#permalink]

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20 Dec 2006, 17:14
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If the answer in a DS question is D does that mean A and B must be the same answer (ie statement A answers the question affirmatively while B answers the question negatively), or can A and B have two different but definite answers .... does this question make sense?
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20 Dec 2006, 17:29
Yes it does , in fact I remember reading something like this in my Kaplan web resources

I kinda remember something like if answer is D

I'm not 100% sure .. I hope someone else can confirm this piece of info.
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20 Dec 2006, 19:49
Generally I find the answer is same, however we should not assume that they should be same.. OG (at least I have not seen) or the directions of the question does not say anything about it....

I guess, if the info in a statement is sufficient to solve the problem, it should be considered as sufficient without worrying about whether it matches to the other statement's solution or not...
20 Dec 2006, 19:49
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