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# Is abc<24 ? 1) a<2 , b<3, c<4 2) ab= 4 and

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14 Nov 2006, 13:37
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Is abc<24 ?

1) a<2 , b<3, c<4

2) ab= 4 and c^2=15

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14 Nov 2006, 13:46
I am getting B

1) if all of the numbers are positive then it's a yes, but if c = 2 a = -50 b = -100, then the answer is way over 24.

2) if we replace the 15 with 16 so we are working with whole numbers we get c = (+ or -) 4. 4*4=16 or -4*4=-16... Both less than 24. Had the answer been closer to 24 then you would have had to worry about the 15 to 16 replacement.

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