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"D" in case of (1) A Definite "YES" & (2) A Definite "NO"

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Dear Friends, On DS questions I have seen that sometimes a [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2010, 19:58
Dear Friends,

On DS questions I have seen that sometimes a questions comes with following answers:

Statement-1: Definite YES

Statement-2: Definite NO


OR

Statement-1: Definite NO

Statement-2: Definite YES

In that case is the answer of the DS question "D"?

If not then what is the answer in each of the possibilities?

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Re: "D" in case of (1) A Definite "YES" & (2) A Definite "NO" [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2010, 20:03
You can never encounter such a question on the real GMAT. The two statements in a real GMAT DS question can never contradict each other. If you've seen such questions, it must have been in (dodgy) prep company material.
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Re: "D" in case of (1) A Definite "YES" & (2) A Definite "NO" [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2010, 20:03
Absolutely.Please refer OG DS section.
Re: "D" in case of (1) A Definite "YES" & (2) A Definite "NO"   [#permalink] 28 Sep 2010, 20:03
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