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QC Strategy - Plugging in Numbers## I love you

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## Sometimes the Plugging in

Sometimes the Plugging in Numbers is the approach when you can't see how to apply the other approaches.

That said, if there are several complicated operations involved, sometimes it's faster to plug in some "easy values" (e.g., 0, 1, -1, etc) to see if you can reach a solution faster.

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## That's a good strategy.

That's a good strategy.

Of course, if you get the same outcome with 1, -1 and 0, try 1/2, -1/2, 10 and -10, to see if you get a different outcome.

As mentioned in the video, plugging in numbers has its limitations since you will never by 100% certain of your answer UNLESS you're lucky enough to get two different outcomes (which means the correct answer is D).

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