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# What is the value of y? (1) 3|x2 4| = y 2 (2) |3 y| = 11

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What is the value of y? (1) 3|x2 4| = y 2 (2) |3 y| = 11 [#permalink]

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What is the value of y?

(1) 3|x2 – 4| = y – 2

(2) |3 – y| = 11

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Re: DS: Absolute value 3 (n3.19) [#permalink]

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26 Jul 2008, 07:07
judokan wrote:
What is the value of y?

(1) 3|x2 – 4| = y – 2

(2) |3 – y| = 11

From (1)

A definite value of Y can not be determined. For different values of x, y will have different values. But for any value of x, Y has a positive value.

From (2)

y can have two values -8 or 14. Thus no definite answer.

Combining (1) and (2)

Y will be +14

Thus C.
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Re: DS: Absolute value 3 (n3.19) [#permalink]

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26 Jul 2008, 10:20
haidzz wrote:

rahulgoyal1986 wrote:
judokan wrote:
What is the value of y?

(1) 3|x2 – 4| = y – 2

(2) |3 – y| = 11

From (1)

A definite value of Y can not be determined. For different values of x, y will have different values. But for any value of x, Y has a positive value.

From (2)

y can have two values -8 or 14. Thus no definite answer.

Combining (1) and (2)

Y will be +14

Thus C.

Correct. OA is C

Hi haidzz, which part confuses you?

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