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17 Dec 2006, 15:38
y = 2/3

closest integer is 3

hope this works
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17 Dec 2006, 17:31
y = 1.5
x=2.4 or x=2.6
both satisgy (1) and (2), but give different answer to question.

hence E
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17 Dec 2006, 17:34
Going for E here...

From 1) 3.5 < x + y < 4.5
From 2) .5 < x - y < 1.5

Together,
2 < x < 3
it could be close to 2 or 3...
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19 Dec 2006, 11:22
Each statement individually is not sufficient.
From st1 we get 3.5<x+y<4.5
from st2 we get 0.5<x-y<1.5

adding one two we get 2<x<3
so nearest integer can be 2 or 3 so insuff
19 Dec 2006, 11:22
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