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# Algebra#23

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20 Feb 2004, 05:45
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If x ^2 > x and 1/x > x , what could be the value of x?
a. -2
b. -1/2
c. 0
d. 1/2
3. 2
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20 Feb 2004, 12:17
Another vote for A.

x = -2

1) x ^2 > x --> 4 > -2
2) 1/x > x --> -1/2 > -2
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20 Feb 2004, 13:55
Agree!!
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