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# What is the value of n + p? (1) m = 4 - q (2) mn + pq + mp + nq = 6

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What is the value of $$n + p$$?

(1) $$m = 4 - q$$
(2) $$mn + pq + mp + nq = 6$$

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21 Jan 2020, 04:04
Bunuel wrote:
What is the value of $$n + p$$?

(1) $$m = 4 - q$$
(2) $$mn + pq + mp + nq = 6$$

Question: the value of $$n + p$$?

Statement 1: $$m = 4 - q$$

i.e. $$m + q = 4$$

NOT SUFFICIENT

Statement 2: $$mn + pq + mp + nq = 6$$

i.e. $$(n+p)(m+q) = 6$$

NOT SUFFICIENT

Combining the two statements

$$(n+p)(m+q) = 6$$ and $$m + q = 4$$

i.e. $$n+p = 6/4 = 3/2$$

SUFFICIENT

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