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If -2x > 3y, is x negative?

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If -2x > 3y, is x negative?
(1) y > 0
(2) 2x + 5y - 20 = 0

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Khuranasup wrote:
If -2x > 3y, is x negative?
(1) y > 0
(2) 2x + 5y - 20 = 0


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