gk3.14 wrote:

I first thought E, but on second thoughts..I think C.

1. x-y = 1/2

so x = 1; y = 1/2 or

x = -2 y = -2 1/2 INSUFF

2. x > y INSUFF

Combined: if both are negative then the value of y has to be greater than x which means x/y cannot be > 1. So x and y have to be positive

Ok here are the values I used:)

1) x-y = 1/2

So taking x=1 and y=1/2 satisfies

another set of values that satisfies 1) x= -1/2, y = -1

Since both 1 and 2 are insufficient. Combining the 2, I can still use the same values I used for 1)

Do you see what I am saying? This problem is killing me