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# If r+s=4, is 0>s? 1, r>4 2, 4>s

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If r+s=4, is 0>s?

1, r>4
2, 4>s
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22 Sep 2005, 04:02
macca wrote:
If r+s=4, is 0>s?

1, r>4
2, 4>s

From 1 it is evident that r>4 so anything negative will add to bring the sum to 4

From 2 4 is greater than s but it does not s give any evidence that whether s is less than 0 it mat be or may be not
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22 Sep 2005, 04:45
answer A as well. Statement 1 is sufficient since S has to be less than 0 in order for the equation to hold. answer YES
Statement 2 is not sufficient since we can have different values less or greater than 0 so the answer is YES/NO therefore insufficient.

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22 Sep 2005, 12:41
Yes, this wasn't to hard.

a is the answer to this question.

Good stuff guys!
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