Equations Quiz – October 2015

Which of these statements is true about proving that a Solution is ambiguous in a three-person match?

(A) The two checkers must work together to prove ambiguity.
(B) The two checkers may work separately to prove ambiguity.
(C) After one checker accepts the Solution as correct, the other checker may take a -1 and gain an additional minute to continue checking the Solution.
(D) After unsuccessfully trying to prove ambiguity, either checker may point out a mathematical error in the Solution.

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