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# K is a nonzero integer. Is K positive? (1) K^K=K (2)

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K is a nonzero integer. Is K positive? (1) K^K=K (2) [#permalink]

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30 May 2003, 03:07
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K is a nonzero integer. Is K positive?

(1) K^K=K
(2) |K|^|K|=|K|

Who knows—not me
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30 May 2003, 05:35
Yes, it is E. Ole-ole-ole-ole!!!
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01 Jun 2003, 20:41
The answer is E. 1 and -1 for the couple of statements.
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12 Jan 2005, 10:51
please explain in detail why E?
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12 Jan 2005, 12:10
E for me. Will explain if correct ?
12 Jan 2005, 12:10
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