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# If x > y, x < 6, and y> -3, what is the largest prime

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If x > y, x < 6, and y> -3, what is the largest prime  [#permalink]

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If x > y, x -3, what is the largest prime number that could be equal to x+ y ?

a) 11
b) 13
c) 7
d) 5
e) 2

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Re: If x > y, x < 6, and y> -3, what is the largest prime  [#permalink]

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03 Sep 2017, 07:46
bkpolymers1617 wrote:
If x > y, x -3, what is the largest prime number that could be equal to x+ y ?

a) 11
b) 13
c) 7
d) 5
e) 2

Kudos for correct answer and explanation.

Discussed here: if-x-y-x-6-and-y-3-what-is-the-largest-prime-number-that-105168.html

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Re: If x > y, x < 6, and y> -3, what is the largest prime   [#permalink] 03 Sep 2017, 07:46
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