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# png the options for this to be true are 0 -3 and 3 and false

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png the options for this to be true are 0 -3 and 3 and false [#permalink]

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04 May 2009, 01:56
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the options for this to be true are 0 -3 and 3

and false when everything else
so why the right answer is B?

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04 May 2009, 03:49
1) For x = 2, the equality is True & for x = 4, the equality is False, therefore NOT SUFFICIENT

2) In order for this statement to be considered, the value of x has to be Negative, For any positive value or x=0, this statement does not hold valid.
So, for x = -1, the equality is True, x = -3, the equality still holds True, for x = -4 the equality still holds true.
Therefore, this is SUFFICIENT.
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04 May 2009, 04:08
so i guess it is actually valid for every negative value of x

Thanks!

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Re: equation   [#permalink] 04 May 2009, 04:08
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