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If x and y are nonzero integers, is x^y < y^x? (1) x =

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Bunuel Would this approach be correct?

statement 1

x = y^2

y^2 is positive. So x is positive. But we aren't sure about the magnitude of y. So Statement 1 is insufficient.

Statement 2:
Insufficient since no relation between x and y

Combining the two, statement two assures that y is positive. Hence, C
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