x>-1 and x not equal to 0 and 1 - This is given. => x could be 2 , 3, 4,5,6,7----- so on

Every value of x should satisfy the answer.

Q1. Which of the following is always true.

1. X>2 -> is this always true? -> This is always true expect for x = 2.

If I take x = 2 using the inequality x/|x| < x , x =2 does not satisfy x>2.

I hope it makes sense.

Bunnel my point is every value that satisfy x/|x| < x should satisfy the answer choice.

Since 2 satisfies x/|x| < x but no x>2,

x>2 can not be the answer... Subset reason : All the values of x that satisfy x/|x| < x should be a subset of x>2

=> if x/|x| < x satisfy n values, then all those n values should be satisfied by x>2.