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# x is the range of set S, y is the range of set T, if T

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x is the range of set S, y is the range of set T, if T belongs to S, is x>y?

(1) total numbers in S is 7
(2) total numbers in T is 6

i get E?

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17 Dec 2003, 10:52
praetorian123 wrote:
x is the range of set S, y is the range of set T, T belong to S, x>y?

(1) total numbers in S is 7
(2) total numbers in T is 6

i get E?

Can you rewrite the question? Should it be: ...if T belongs to S, is X>Y?

Thanks
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17 Dec 2003, 11:54
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praetorian123 wrote:
x is the range of set S, y is the range of set T, T belong to S, x>y?

(1) total numbers in S is 7
(2) total numbers in T is 6

i get E?

Can you rewrite the question? Should it be: ...if T belongs to S, is X>Y?

Thanks

whatever the question be, the answer would be E
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17 Dec 2003, 12:52
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x is the range of set S, y is the range of set T, T belong to S, x>y?
(1) total numbers in S is 7

s = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7} x = 6
Case 1: T = {2,3,4} y = 2 x > y
Case 2: T = {1,2,7} y = 6 x = y ie. x is NOT greater than y

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(2) total numbers in T is 6

similarly as in 1 we can take cases here .....

combining also we can have the two cases again.
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