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19 Mar 2013, 18:30
Hi,

Are there DS problems where statement 1 is "ALWAYS YES" and statement 2 yields an "ALWAYS NO"? In this case, which would be the correct answer?

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20 Mar 2013, 05:33
marcovg4 wrote:
Hi,

Are there DS problems where statement 1 is "ALWAYS YES" and statement 2 yields an "ALWAYS NO"? In this case, which would be the correct answer?

Thanks.

Hi,

If I understood you properly then my ananlysis is below.

Question: is x > 5?
STAT1 something
STAT2 something else

Now, if STAT 1 is giving you that x > 5 for ALL the conditions
Then it is SUFFICIENT

if STAT2 is giving you that x NOT > 5 for ALL the conditions
Then is is SUFFCIENT

Answer will be D in this case.

The whole point in solving for a DS question is that whether you are able to find out the answer to the question with the given options.
What i mean is if the question is asking if x >5?
then if you are able to prove that x > 5 always then it is sufficent
also, if you are able to prove that x NOT 5 ALWAYS then this is also sufficent.
The conclusion is, by suing the options given you SHOULD be able to asnwer the question asked in the problem.

Hope it helps.
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20 Mar 2013, 06:32
Will never happen on the official question

The two statements will be consistent. Always.

Suggestion: Avoid the source if you see such a thing.

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