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Odd or Prime## Great explanation and I

Is there anything wrong with that logic?

## That's a great idea, TEV.

That's a great idea, TEV.

Unfortunately, just because a certain scenario may have infinitely many possibilities, we can't then conclude that the correct answer is D.

For example, consider this rudimentary example question:

Given: x is a prime number

QUANTITY A: x

QUANTITY B: 0

In this case, x can have infinitely many values (e.g., 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, ... etc)

However, since all prime numbers are POSITIVE, we can be certain that Quantity A is greater than Quantity B.

So, here the correct answer is A

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Now consider this question:

Given: x is a prime number

QUANTITY A: x

QUANTITY B: 10

Once again, x can have infinitely many values.

However, in this case, we can test some values to show that the correct answer is D.

For example, x can equal 3, in which case, Quantity B is greater than Quantity A.

Alternatively, x can equal 17, in which case, Quantity A is greater than Quantity B.

So, here the correct answer is D

Does that help?

Cheers,

Brent

## That does help. Thanks for

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