Archit3110 wrote:
thats what i thought so, but ideally in DS questions we can say the statement to be sufficient if we have a definite value..
A would be correct if we need to only prove that the relation P=IPI is true , where as C would give us a definite value and as P = +2 which I think would be correct option..
I some what do agree with option A as prime no are only +ve no. so p=lpl would always stand true for all prime no. isnt it in DS that we need to find a definite answer /value to make the statement stand sufficient?
GMATinsight :
Sir could you please see into this question ...
Hi
Archit3110,
That's the beauty of GMAT DS questions.. You have to be very sure what question is asking.
Lets take an example..
If I ask you .. Do you want to visit a Hill station ?
The answer you will give is either Yes or No or Maybe.
So, Yes or No are definite answer and Maybe is not definite.
Here there can be many hillstation but that doesn't matter as question is asked if you want to visit or not.
Yes - Definite
No - Definite
Maybe - Indefinite.
If you started thinking kulu, manali, Shimla .. you are gone
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So, Try to analyse question first what the question is asking. The actual GMAT questions will be so simple that you can sometimes fall in the trick and mark wrong answers.
Hope that helps.
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