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If a>b, is a>c?

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If a>b, is a>c?

1.a/b>c/b
2.5ab>6bc

Ok, guys, this is very important problem for some reason. I will tell later why it is so if nobody knows the reason.
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New post 11 Feb 2005, 00:52
E) as well ! pick -ve and +ve numbers, especially for 2) !
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New post 11 Feb 2005, 06:20
I tried all sorts of numbers and god diff resulets will have to go for E
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New post 11 Feb 2005, 09:51
E as well, since we dont know the signs of A or C, the inequality could change....
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New post 12 Feb 2005, 00:22
So what is the secret importancy? ;)
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New post 15 Feb 2005, 04:49
Yeahhhhhh, we want to know. What is the important reason ? :lol:
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New post 15 Feb 2005, 23:15
THANKS GUYS.
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New post 15 Feb 2005, 23:30
i think the secret is to remember that inequality signs can change if you work with -ve numbers.
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