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# yet another coordinate

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yet another coordinate [#permalink]  27 Dec 2006, 06:31
any help would be great.
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1: INSUFF we only know that the line has a negative slope. (a,b) could be in 2 quadrants
2: INSUFF b>a, but we could have (1,2) or (-2,-1)

Together we know that the line is negative and Y is greater than X. For this to hold true Y must be postive and x must be negative.
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Re: yet another coordinate [#permalink]  27 Dec 2006, 18:54
C too. nice and plain question.......
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got C 2, followed Ifox2's reasoning
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