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# If y is not equal to 0 and 1, which is greater x/y of

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If y is not equal to 0 and 1, which is greater x/y of x/(y+1)?
a) x is not equal to 0
b) x > y
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24 Jan 2004, 02:58
Think that A is not sufficient but B is
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24 Jan 2004, 03:07
I thought B too..

GMAT+ has E as the answer
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24 Jan 2004, 04:18
Should be E as A is not sufficient and also B. In B it is given that x>y and so if both are positive then x/y > x/y+1 but if both are -ve then x/y< x/y+1, so its not sufficient too. Just plug in some values and we would get it.
24 Jan 2004, 04:18
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