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$\text{P, Q and R}$ are three consecutive odd numbers in ascending order. If the value of three times $P$ is three less than two times $R$, find the value of $R$. $5$ $7$ $9$ $11$
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Let $\text{S}$ be the set of rational numbers with the following properties: $\frac{1}{2}\in S$ If $x\in S$ then both $\frac{1}{x+1}\in S$ and $\frac{x}{x+1}\in S$ Which of the following is true? $S$ contains all rational numbers in the interval ... contains all rational numbers in the interval $1 < x < 0$. $S$ contains all rational numbers in the interval $1 < x <\infty$.
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CAT 20101
If $\text{r, s and t}$ are consecutive odd integers with $\text{r < s < t}$, which of the following must be true? $\text{rs = t}$ $\text{r + t = 2t – s}$ $\text{r + s = t – 2}$ $\text{r + t = 2s}$
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CAT199461
If the harmonic mean between two positive numbers is to their geometric mean as $12 : 13$, then the numbers could be in the ratio: $12: 13$ $1/12: 1/13$ $4:9$ $2:3$
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What is the first term of an arithmetic progression of positive integers? I. Sum of the squares of the first and second term is $116$. II. The fifth term is divisible by $7$. if the questions can be answered with the help of both the statements but ... if the question can be answered with the help 0 statement II alone if the question can be answered with the help of statement I alone
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