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gmat prep q

Post Wed Mar 07, 2007 3:18 pm
if 0
m
m^2
m^3
2-m
(m+1)^2

please explain this to me

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Post Tue Mar 27, 2007 1:53 am
The answer is m^3

Try and substitute values for m and it'll be easy. Let's say m=.5

Therefore .5^2= .25
.5^3=.125
2-.5=1.5
.5+1= 1.5
Hence m^3 is the smallest

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yes! of course. i understand.

thanks ....

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Post Tue Mar 27, 2007 1:53 am
The answer is m^3

Try and substitute values for m and it'll be easy. Let's say m=.5

Therefore .5^2= .25
.5^3=.125
2-.5=1.5
.5+1= 1.5
Hence m^3 is the smallest

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yes! of course. i understand.

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