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# Which of the following is equivalent to the statement that

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Which of the following is equivalent to the statement that 0.5 is between and ？
(A) 1<n<6
(B) 2<n<3
(C) 2<n<5
(D) 4<n<6
(E) n>10

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12 Mar 2006, 16:01
Sorry guys, missed a piece of the question

Which of the following is equivalent to the statement that 0.5 is between 2/n and 3/n?

(A) 1<n<6
(B) 2<n<3
(C) 2<n<5
(D) 4<n<6
(E) n>10
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12 Mar 2006, 16:17
2/n < 0.5 < 3/n

= 4/n < 1 < 6/n

= 4 < n < 6

I assume n is positive as 1 < 6/n so n cannot get negative values

so i would go with D
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12 Mar 2006, 19:04
thanks guys, OA is D.
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12 Mar 2006, 19:08
2/n < 0.5 < 3/n
4/n < 1 < 6/n
4 < n < 6

Ans: D
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12 Mar 2006, 22:01
2/n < 0.5 < 3/n

=> 2n < 0.5n < 3n

=> 4n < n < 6n

12 Mar 2006, 22:01
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