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We know x < y+1 in order for result to be a positive fraction. If x = 5, y could be 5 and 5/6 < 1 but x = y or x = 5, y = 7 and 5/8 < 1. Insufficient. St2: xy/y(y-1) < 1 x/y-1 <1> y for the fraction to be less than 1. Sufficient.,

B for me

Can you explain the bold portion.

For statement 1: we get x/(y+1)<1 = x<(y+1) ..So we get x<y which is true..So shouldn't the answer be D....

We know x < y+1 in order for result to be a positive fraction. If x = 5, y could be 5 and 5/6 < 1 but x = y or x = 5, y = 7 and 5/8 < 1. Insufficient. St2: xy/y(y-1) < 1 x/y-1 <1> y for the fraction to be less than 1. Sufficient.,

B for me

Can you explain the bold portion.

For statement 1: we get x/(y+1)<1 = x<(y+1) ..So we get x<y which is true..So shouldn't the answer be D....

B for me too...I am finally getting better at these...they seem complex when you read the stem and the statements, but when you actually sit down an think about 'em..the answer jumps out at ya

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