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If set \(S\) contain more than 1 element, how many elements does set \(S\) contain?


(1) The difference between any two elements of set \(S\) is 2.

(2) The range of set \(S\) is 2.

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(1) The difference between any two elements of set \(S\) is 2. Since the difference between ANY two elements is 2 then there cannot be more than 2 elements in the set, else we could select some particular two elements whose difference wouldn't be 2. Sufficient.

(2) The range of set \(S\) is 2. Clearly insufficient, consider: \(S=\{0, 2\}\) and \(S=\{0, 0, 2\}\).


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Dear Math God Bunuel,
is there a way of solving this problem using algebra?
I tried solving the equations for statement (1) : x-y=2 and y-x=2 but I could not find any solution.
What would be a pair of numbers, which could be in set S ?
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Bunuel wrote:
If set \(S\) contain more than 1 element, how many elements does set \(S\) contain?


(1) The difference between any two elements of set \(S\) is 2.

(2) The range of set \(S\) is 2.


Dear Bunuel,
One questions, here....... Stmt 1 says : - The difference between any two elements of set S is 2
Now, if the set elements are {0,2} difference between first element and the second element is not 2 its -2 i.e 0-2 = -2

i could not construct a set where the difference between ANY 2 ELEMENTS is 2;
Perhaps, it could be that the +ve difference or mod of the difference of the 2 elements ....is a more accurate statement.

Please correct my understanding above.
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New post 07 Mar 2017, 00:35
grsm wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
If set \(S\) contain more than 1 element, how many elements does set \(S\) contain?


(1) The difference between any two elements of set \(S\) is 2.

(2) The range of set \(S\) is 2.


Dear Bunuel,
One questions, here....... Stmt 1 says : - The difference between any two elements of set S is 2
Now, if the set elements are {0,2} difference between first element and the second element is not 2 its -2 i.e 0-2 = -2

i could not construct a set where the difference between ANY 2 ELEMENTS is 2;
Perhaps, it could be that the +ve difference or mod of the difference of the 2 elements ....is a more accurate statement.

Please correct my understanding above.


You are right. Edited as suggested. Thank you.
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I think this the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate.
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