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# Is 2x - 3y < x^2? (1) 2x - 3y = -2 (2) x>2 and y>0

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Is 2x - 3y < x^2?

(1) 2x - 3y = -2

(2) x>2 and y>0
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09 Nov 2006, 04:03
1. States that 3x-2y is negative which is always less that a square of a number. SUFF

2. Plug in different values of x and y. Try x>y and y>x. Both ways give you that 3x-2y<x^2. SUFF

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09 Nov 2006, 12:28
Yes D

Part is can be explained in that the smallest you could make would be 9 when X=3, but at this point the left side is still smaller, so it is SUFF
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10 Nov 2006, 02:14
The OA is d
10 Nov 2006, 02:14
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