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If 0 <X <1 and 1 <Y <2, will X> 1/2?

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If 0 <X <1 and 1 <Y <2, will X> 1/2?  [#permalink]

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If 0 1/2?

1) XY = 1
2) $$(X-\frac{3}{2}) (X + 1)$$ = 0

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Originally posted by carterjo on 08 Nov 2017, 21:58.
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Re: If 0 <X <1 and 1 <Y <2, will X> 1/2?  [#permalink]

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08 Nov 2017, 22:02
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carterjo wrote:
If 0 1/2?

St-1 XY = 1
St-2 $$(X-\frac{3}{2}) (X + 1)$$ = 0

Hi,

Can you please provide the exact source? I have never came across this question in GMATPrep software!!

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