If 0 is less than or equal to x which is less than or equal to 4 and y < 12, which of the following CANNOT be the value of x•y?

A. -2

B. 0

C. 6

D. 24

E. 48

I do not understand the logic here.

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- Nov 28th 2018, 06:57 AMharpazoValue of x•y
If 0 is less than or equal to x which is less than or equal to 4 and y < 12, which of the following CANNOT be the value of x•y?

A. -2

B. 0

C. 6

D. 24

E. 48

I do not understand the logic here. - Nov 28th 2018, 07:18 AMPlatoRe: Value of x•y
- Nov 28th 2018, 05:05 PMharpazoRe: Value of x•y
- Nov 28th 2018, 06:22 PMPlatoRe: Value of x•y
If you truly don't get this, then you have not gotten anything in this whole set of questions.

You need to hire a private tutor, someone who can take the time to sit down with you.

I see on other way to address your profound lack of mathematical understanding.

Now it may simply be you unwillingness to exert any effort. But in any case, I see no way we can help you. - Nov 29th 2018, 02:11 AMharpazoRe: Value of x•y
- Nov 29th 2018, 05:45 AMDenisBRe: Value of x•y
Negativity it's NOT, truth it IS...

- Nov 29th 2018, 04:24 PMharpazoRe: Value of x•y
If 0 <= x <= 4 and y < 12...

I understand that xy CANNOT be 48 because that requires either 6 * 8, and both numbers exceed the permissible x interval; or 4 * 12, which in the best case scenario, is no good because this means 12 < 12, a false statement, although 4 <= 4 is true. So, my answer is E. Correct? - Nov 29th 2018, 05:23 PMDebstaRe: Value of x•y
- Nov 29th 2018, 05:48 PMharpazoRe: Value of x•y