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# If $\overrightarrow{u}, \overrightarrow{v}, \overrightarrow{w}$ are non-coplanar vectors and $p, q$ are real numbers, then the equality $[3\overrightarrow{u} \;\; p\overrightarrow{v} \;\; p\overrightarrow{w}] - [p \overrightarrow{v} \;\; \overrightarrow{w}\; \; q \overrightarrow{u}] - [2 \overrightarrow{w}\; \; q \overrightarrow{v}\;\;q \overrightarrow{u}] = 0$ holds for

( A ) exactly one value of (p, q)
( B ) all values of (p, q)
( C ) exactly two values of (p, q)
( D ) more than two but not all values of (p, q)