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BOOK: MCSD Certification Toolkit (Exam 70-483): Programming in C#
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Default ch.4 question on precision loss

Apparently the answer to the question below is A,B,E,F.

I do not understand why A and E are considered correct. My original answer was B and F.



During which of the following conversions might there be a loss of precision?
a. Converting an int to a float
b. Converting a float to a long
c. Converting a long to an int
d. Converting an int to a long
e. Converting a float to a decimal
f. Converting a decimal to a float
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