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# Since the problem says "...all numbers k, l and

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Since the problem says "...all numbers k, l and [#permalink]

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Since the problem says "...all numbers k, l and m...", I have considered the case that all of them have zero value (k=l=m=0)?

In such case, the answer would be E instead of D, because 0 makes both parts of the equation to be equal, and other integers don't.

What do you think? The question doesn't say "all unequal numbers distinct from 0 k, l, m"...

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Re: DS 60 OG10 - can one possibility be k=l=m= 0 ? confused... [#permalink]

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30 Aug 2008, 13:35
ecano wrote:
Since the problem says "...all numbers k, l and m...", I have considered the case that all of them have zero value (k=l=m=0)?

In such case, the answer would be E instead of D, because 0 makes both parts of the equation to be equal, and other integers don't.

What do you think? The question doesn't say "all unequal numbers distinct from 0 k, l, m"...

Thanks,

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Re: DS 60 OG10 - can one possibility be k=l=m= 0 ? confused...   [#permalink] 30 Aug 2008, 13:35
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