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# Is x<0? (1) x^2-x > 0 (2) |x| > 1

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Is x<0?

(1) x^2-x > 0
(2) |x| > 1
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08 Apr 2004, 15:48
hallelujah1234 wrote:
Is x<0?

(1) x^2-x > 0
(2) |x| > 1

(1) R - [0, 1]
(2) R - [-1, 1]

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22 May 2004, 04:03
anyone else want to explain this?
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23 May 2004, 07:39
This is my first post, so don't beat me, please.
As I see it
1. gives 2 possible areas for X because x(x-1)>0
a. x>0, x>1 so x>1
b. x<0, x<1 so x<0

2. x<-1, x>1
Therefore E. is correct
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23 May 2004, 08:07
elena wrote:
This is my first post, so don't beat me, please.
As I see it
1. gives 2 possible areas for X because x(x-1)>0
a. x>0, x>1 so x>1
b. x<0, x<1 so x<0

2. x<-1, x>1
Therefore E. is correct

hi elena

welcome to gmat club. thanks for your explanation.
23 May 2004, 08:07
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