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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2004, 18:34
Again the picture is not very clear.

I repeat it here rt > st r > t then which of the following is true

rt > st then r > s for this to happen t has to be +be otherwise the sign will be reversed

For example r = 4 s = 2
4t > 2t if t = -1 then -4 is not greater than -2 therefore t > 0

if r = -2 and s = -4
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-2t > -4t again t has to be +ve because if t = -1 then 2 is not greater than 4

in anycase t > 0
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Re: PS 3 [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2004, 21:41
rt>st or t(r-s)>0 ... (1)
r-s>0 ... (2)

for both to satisfy, t>0

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