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Here is this week’s problem:
For any numbers a and b, min(a, b) and max(a, b) represent the minimum and the maximum of a and b, respectively. If c > a, is a < b < c?
(1) min(max(a, b), c) = max(min(b, c), a)
(2) max(max(a, b), c) “ min(min(b, c), a) > c “ a
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