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# Is x negative?? 1. n^3*(1-x^2)< 0 2. x^2-1> 0

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Is x negative?? 1. n^3*(1-x^2)< 0 2. x^2-1> 0 [#permalink]  18 Sep 2004, 09:27
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Is x negative??

1. n^3*(1-x^2)< 0
2. x^2-1> 0
Director
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E

sqr(x) in the 2 statements which prevents from any conclusion...
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Yes, E.
If the question is "Is n negative?" then the answer is C.
Senior Manager
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Interesting catch, hardworker_indian.........the answer given is C.....it could be a misprint.........??I had picked E but was unable to figure out why its C.......will wait for others input as well.......thanks!!
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