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# The product of four diferent integers, exactly three of

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17 Sep 2003, 06:01
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The product of four diferent integers, exactly three of which are odd, is 7!. The sum of the four integers is 63. What is the largest of the four integers?

A) 35
B) 48
C) 64
D) 72
E) 105

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17 Sep 2003, 07:37
I just used plugging in.

48*7*5*3 = 7!

and

48+7+5+3 = 63

A.

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18 Jan 2004, 09:27
I think you meant 48 which is choice B.

I also got the same

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19 Jan 2004, 13:56
48...have to work with 2 answer choices only...and its just matter of plugging in.

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19 Jan 2004, 13:56
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