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Is m>n? 1) 3/7<m<5/7. 2) 2/7<n<4/7

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Re: DS practice # 7 [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2003, 04:37
Konstantin Lynov wrote:
Is m>n?

1) 3/7<m<5/7.
2) 2/7<n<4/7


Answer is E. You can get it easily if you draw a number line
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Re: answer [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2003, 10:37
Prashant,

You are a genious!

E is correct, as well as your approach.
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