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Is it possible that both (1) and (2) will be sufficient but will say different things?
For example (1) is sufficient x=1
and (2) is sufficient x=3 ?

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liranmaymoni wrote:
Is it possible that both (1) and (2) will be sufficient but will say different things?
For example (1) is sufficient x=1
and (2) is sufficient x=3 ?

Thanks

No, such cases are not possible:

On the GMAT, two data sufficiency statements always provide TRUE information and these statements never contradict each other or the stem.

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