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# if X>1 and Y>1, is X<Y? (1) X^2/(XY+X)<1 (2)

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if X>1 and Y>1, is X<Y?

(1) X^2/(XY+X)<1

(2) XY/(Y^2-Y)<1

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02 Jul 2007, 12:28
agree wit Himalayan. B.

statement 1) = x/(x+y)<1 Insuff. either x<y>y is possible.
Statement 2) =x/(y-1) <1 same with X<y-1 so X<Y
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