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# OG 2018 PS question

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11 Jan 2018, 05:29
If m and p are positive integers and m^2 + p^2 <100, what is the greatest possible value of mp ?

A) 36
B) 42
C) 48
D) 49
E) 51

Can someone post detailed solution ? I didnt understand the solution give in OG.

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Re: OG 2018 PS question   [#permalink]

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11 Jan 2018, 05:36
C

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11 Jan 2018, 05:38
PraveenChahal wrote:
C

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Re: OG 2018 PS question   [#permalink]

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11 Jan 2018, 05:57
Typo error.. correct answer is in fact D

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11 Jan 2018, 06:09
PraveenChahal wrote:
Typo error.. correct answer is in fact D

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can you explain how you solved this question ?

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11 Jan 2018, 06:15
utkarshrihand wrote:
If m and p are positive integers and m^2 + p^2 <100, what is the greatest possible value of mp ?

A) 36
B) 42
C) 48
D) 49
E) 51

Can someone post detailed solution ? I didnt understand the solution give in OG.

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Discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/if-m-and-p-a ... 42849.html Hope it helps.
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11 Jan 2018, 07:40
utkarshrihand wrote:
If m and p are positive integers and m^2 + p^2 <100, what is the greatest possible value of mp ?

A) 36
B) 42
C) 48
D) 49
E) 51

Can someone post detailed solution ? I didnt understand the solution give in OG.

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12 Jan 2018, 09:44
utkarshrihand wrote:
If m and p are positive integers and m^2 + p^2 <100, what is the greatest possible value of mp ?

A) 36
B) 42
C) 48
D) 49
E) 51

Can someone post detailed solution ? I didnt understand the solution give in OG.

Sent from my iPhone using GMAT Club Forum mobile app

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