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# Let x,y,z be three different positive integers each less

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Let x,y,z be three different positive integers each less than 20. What is the smallest possible value of expression x-y/-z is

a. -18
b. -17
c. -14
d. -11
e. -9

Last edited by faifai0714 on 13 Oct 2006, 22:53, edited 1 time in total.
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13 Oct 2006, 18:58
Assuming they are all positive integers, it is B.

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13 Oct 2006, 22:12
Something is wrong with the question
x=0 y= 300, z=-1

it becomes -300..................

is it x,y,z are positive integers less than 20?
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13 Oct 2006, 22:54
Yes, it's positive, thanks for pointing that out.
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