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# Is x an integer?

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Is x an integer?
1. x>0
2. 3^2 + 4^2 = x^2

I think C.

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15 Apr 2005, 15:49
tpass001 wrote:
Is x an integer?
1. x>0
2. 3^2 + 4^2 = x^2

I think C.

From 1 you cannot tell anything because x may be anything rational number irrational number complex number integer

From 2 you get x= + or - 5 which in either case is a integer
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16 Apr 2005, 02:18
it is easy to be deceived by (1)
You should try to read (2) first.
16 Apr 2005, 02:18
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