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1) p-q > n a. p=4, q=1 -> 4-1>2 (this satisfies statement 1), now lets see if it satisfies the questions p>n(4>2) ok, BUT q=1 and 1 is not greater then 2 b. p=5, q=3 -> 5-3>1 (this satisfies statement 1), now lets see if it satisfies the questions p>1(5>1) ok, AND q=3 and is greater then 1 Not sufficient, since we have two different answers.
I just got this one yesterday on a GMATprep test. I actually got a bunch of inequality DS questions. Are there good standard techniques for solving these types? I feel like they are the "worst of both worlds" types to questions as they aren't just standard Quantitative questions nor are they equalities, which are much easier to solve.