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You're right. Kudos! Thanks! I took a practice test and answered B, but the OA said D, and I could not fully understand the explanation some gave on this topic trying to prove 1 as sufficient...

You're right. Kudos! Thanks! I took a practice test and answered B, but the OA said D, and I could not fully understand the explanation some gave on this topic trying to prove 1 as sufficient...

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If x and y are positive, is 3x > 7y? (1) x > y + 4 (2) -5x < -14y

let y= 1 then x could be 6, in this case 3x > 7y as 18 is > 7. let y = 10 then x could be 15. in this case 3x < 7y as 45 is less than 70. so statement 1 is insufficient.

statement 2 says -5x < -14 y, so 5x > 14 y or x > 14/5 Y. now whatever positive value you put for x and y 3x always will be greater than 7y.

for 1, Plug in numbers for x,y are 7,2 for 2, Plug in numbers for x,y are 6,2 +1 for D
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