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# What is the product of a certain pair of consecutive odd

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06 Jun 2012, 11:53
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What is the product of a certain pair of consecutive odd integers?

(1) Exactly one of the integers is negative.
(2) At least one of the integers is positive.
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06 Jun 2012, 12:53
manulath wrote:
What is the product of a certain pair of consecutive odd integers?

(1) Exactly one of the integers is negative.

(2) At least one of the integers is positive.

[Reveal] Spoiler:
OA:A

Isnt the set infinite?

1. There is only one pair of consecutive odd integers where exactly one is negative: -1 and 1. Sufficient.
2. Both integers can be positive or one is positive and one is negative. There are an infinite amount of positive pairs of odd integers. Insufficient.

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06 Jun 2012, 13:06
Observer wrote:
manulath wrote:
What is the product of a certain pair of consecutive odd integers?

(1) Exactly one of the integers is negative.

(2) At least one of the integers is positive.

[Reveal] Spoiler:
OA:A

Isnt the set infinite?

1. There is only one pair of consecutive odd integers where exactly one is negative: -1 and 1. Sufficient.
2. Both integers can be positive or one is positive and one is negative. There are an infinite amount of positive pairs of odd integers. Insufficient.

Thanks.
I overlooked the critical word pair. My bad. Hope I dont do these silly mistakes.
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12 Jun 2012, 06:07
manulath wrote:
What is the product of a certain pair of consecutive odd integers?

(1) Exactly one of the integers is negative.
(2) At least one of the integers is positive.

I no see odd integers.
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17 Jun 2013, 07:46
manulath wrote:
What is the product of a certain pair of consecutive odd integers?

(1) Exactly one of the integers is negative.
(2) At least one of the integers is positive.

S1: when exactly one is negative other is positive and as they are consecutive so they are -1 and 1 so sufficient
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