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# The symbol & represents one of the arithmetic operations: addition, su

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The symbol & represents one of the arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. What is the value of 2&5?

(1) 1&1 = 1
(2) 1&3 = 3

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13 Apr 2018, 07:47
I) 1&1= 1 ==> It could be either multiplication or division ==> not sufficient

II)1&3= 3 ==> only multiplication will give the result as 3 ==> sufficient

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14 Apr 2018, 01:24
1) 1&1=1 conclusion can not be drawn as it could be multiplication or division. Not sufficient

2) 1&3=3 only multiplication can result is equal to 3 Sufficient

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