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What is the value of n? (1) j = -4 (2) j = -k

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1 statement is not sufficient
2 statement is sufficient: if j=-k then tg(n)=1 n=45


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(1) j = -4
No information about k
Insufficient

(2) j = -k
When two co-ordinates are equal in number(forget the sign), it will divide the quadrant in half, so n = 45
Sufficient

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