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Is x < y?
(1) z < y
(2) z < x
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Last edited by chetan2u on 16 May 2016, 19:34, edited 1 time in total.
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New post 09 Mar 2011, 04:49
I think its E. There is no useful relationship between x and y that can be setup with z.

Lolaergasheva wrote:
Is x < y?
(1) z < y
(2) z < x

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Is x < y?
(1) z < y
(2) z < x

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New post 15 Mar 2011, 09:37
banksy wrote:
Is x < y?
(1) z < y
(2) z < x


Combining both;

z=0; x=1; y=2
Z is less than x and y
x<y
OR
z=0; x=2; y=1
Z is less than x and y
x>y
OR
z=0; x=2; y=2
Z is less than x and y
x=y

NS.

Ans: "E"
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New post 16 May 2016, 19:28
please edit the ans its e but question stem says a.

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