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Are positive integers p and q both greater than n?

(1) p-q is greater than n
(2) q>p

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01 Mar 2007, 00:59
I pick C

1) is not sufficient 8-2=6..... n could be 5
8-5=3 n=2 holds

2) not sufficient.

1)+2) 2-8=-6 n is negative
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27 Jul 2013, 09:40
My approach for the sum was :

p-q>n => p>q+n ( p is greater than the sum of q and n, which makes p greater than n)
q>p => ( as the question has asked for both p & q, this stem gives a clear vision w.r.t stem 1 that q>p, therefore q>r)

Hence ans choice C is correct.

I guess, I am missing something. Please correct me. #bunuel
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27 Jul 2013, 09:44
genuinebot85 wrote:
My approach for the sum was :

p-q>n => p>q+n ( p is greater than the sum of q and n, which makes p greater than n)
q>p => ( as the question has asked for both p & q, this stem gives a clear vision w.r.t stem 1 that q>p, therefore q>r)

Hence ans choice C is correct.

I guess, I am missing something. Please correct me. #bunuel

Check here: are-positive-integers-p-and-q-both-greater-than-n-129425.html
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