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## For every rod cutting problem there will be a unique set of pieces that give the maximum price. |

A. | true |

B. | false |

Answer» B. false | |

Explanation: consider a rod of length 3. the prices are {2,3,6} for lengths {1,2,3} respectively. the pieces {1,1,1} and {3} both give the maximum value of 6. |

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