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14 Oct 2008, 13:57

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14 Oct 2008, 14:14
Nobody would dare to try this.. its invisible!
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14 Oct 2008, 15:42
X>Y^2> Z^4

WHAT CAN BE TRUE

1) X>Y>Z ( CONSIDER X,Y, Z FRACTIONS ( 1/2,1/3,1/4)...COULD BE

2) Z>Y>X

3) X>Z>Y ( MIXED VALUES " 2,1/2,1/3" ).....COULD BE

THOUGH AM DOUBTING THAT ALL OF THEM ARE POSSIBLE
I CAN ONLY DEDUCT THAT 1,3 ARE OK

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14 Oct 2008, 15:53
yezz wrote:
X>Y^2> Z^4

WHAT CAN BE TRUE

1) X>Y>Z ( CONSIDER X,Y, Z FRACTIONS ( 1/2,1/3,1/4)...COULD BE

2) Z>Y>X ( CONSIDER ROOTS X = SQRT 5 , Y = SQRT 3, Z = SQRT 2) ...COULD BE

3) X>Z>Y ( MIXED VALUES " 2,1/2,1/3" ).....COULD BE

ALL OF THEM ARE POSSIBLE

how ?
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14 Oct 2008, 17:07
I only 1 and 3...

i draw a graph and basically it means that 0<x<1, 0<y<z and 0<z<1
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14 Oct 2008, 19:39
z =0.7
y=0.6
x=0.5

here II will be correct and equation is also held true.
so answer will be E .. all three are corret
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15 Oct 2008, 16:14
How did you know what numbers to pick to make it work?

vishalgc wrote:
z =0.7
y=0.6
x=0.5

here II will be correct and equation is also held true.
so answer will be E .. all three are corret

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