Is x > y?
(1) x^2 > y
(2) x – |y| > 0
My understtanding: All statement 1 tells us for sure is x is not 0
Statement 2 we can break into two staments
What I dont get is only one of those statements being true makes B the correct choice...so how is B the correct choice when there are two possibilities for a solution?
Yes u got it right way! but u gotta complete it buddy
ya definitely S1 is not sufficent
But S2 is a trap.
assume numbers for x and y in this case
let x=4 and y=3 so 4>3
like wise x=4 and y=-3 this also 4>-3
So x>|y| always will be x>y
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