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x and y are two single digit positive integers. What is the sum (x+y)? [#permalink]
Nice explanation KanishkM.
Hi, chetan2u, having a nice day I hope. Please help me out here, I noticed it is not stated here that both x and y are distinct integers, would it be safe to assume that they are distinct or would an official question state this. Thanks.

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Re: x and y are two single digit positive integers. What is the sum (x+y)? [#permalink]
IMO B

Statement A has multiple options - 1221, 1111, 2112.

Not sufficient

Statement B only had one unique possibility 4499

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Nice explanation KanishkM.
Hi, chetan2u, having a nice day I hope. Please help me out here, I noticed it is not stated here that both x and y are distinct integers, would it be safe to assume that they are distinct or would an official question state this. Thanks.

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Thank You Kem12.

A very interesting question, would just add 2 cents on that.

You are correct at pointing that we should not assume anything, especially in Data sufficiency questions.

I would say, It depends on case 2 case scenario. Here to make the statements true, such unstated assumptions were made.
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KanishkM, very Clear. thanks

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Kem12 wrote:
KanishkM, very Clear. thanks

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Thought of letting you know, Didn't realize for statement B there could have been another value 1419.

Making the answer as E.
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I know that was why I asked the question. Thanks for correcting OA.

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