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# If x, y, and z are all nonzero numbers, and x = y + z, which of the fo

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Re: If x, y, and z are all nonzero numbers, and x = y + z, which of the fo [#permalink]
Let us assume x = 3 , y=2 and z= 1
And substituting in the answer options
E gives 1

Ans E

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Re: If x, y, and z are all nonzero numbers, and x = y + z, which of the fo [#permalink]
Given that x = y + z
So, y = x - z or
z = x - y

Search for option all the combination (x-z).
only, option E match to y .

Ans: Option E
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