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Ordering Pairs (Posted on 2004-11-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
What are the smallest positive integers A, B, C, and D such that A+A > A+B > A+C > B+B > B+C > A+D > C+C > B+D > C+D > D+D ?

Note: Of all solutions, choose the one with the smallest A, then smallest B if there are more than one with the smallest A, etc.

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  Subject Author Date
answerK Sengupta2007-03-25 04:11:07
SolutionSolution and LogicMichael2004-11-26 23:13:39
SolutionSolutionNick Hobson2004-11-14 17:22:55
re(2): SpoilerTristan2004-11-07 15:19:12
re: SpoilerOsi2004-11-07 14:01:46
My SolutionOsi2004-11-07 09:44:19
re: SpoilerSteve Herman2004-11-07 08:51:36
SolutionSpoilerTristan2004-11-06 18:54:36
A possible solutionSteve Herman2004-11-06 17:45:30
First Stepsnp_rt2004-11-06 13:17:27
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