what if A= -4, B=0, C= 4 In that case A+C is 0 so C

if A=-2 , B=2 , C=6. In that case A+C is 4 so A

Overall It’s D. Where I am going wrong?

Is it because of Distinct Value we can’t Take A & C as -4 and 4 ?

what if A= -4, B=0, C= 4 In that case A+C is 0 so C

if A=-2 , B=2 , C=6. In that case A+C is 4 so A

Overall It’s D. Where I am going wrong?

Is it because of Distinct Value we can’t Take A & C as -4 and 4 ?

Hi

B>0 ,B cannot be 0. That’s why and is A.

Because A+C will always be greater than or equal to 2.

And one more thing its equidistant from A and C.