Bunuel wrote:

If –5 < k < 5, is k > 2 ?

(1) (k – 1)(k – 5)(k – 2) < 0

(2) k – 1 > 0

Bunuel wrote:

If –5 < k < 5, is k > 2 ?

(1) (k – 1)(k – 5)(k – 2) < 0

(2) k – 1 > 0

Given: Valid values of k = -4 to + 4

Question : Is k > 2 ?

Statement : 1 From St 1 we can say that k can't be equal to 1, 2 and 5 (also 5 can't be the value as it is out of range)

If k = 4 answer to the question is YES.

But if k = -4 then answer to the question is NO. So

InsufficientStatement : 2 , k > 1 , as k can be 1.5 or 3

InsufficientCombining 1 & 2 we can surely say that k > 2. So

(C)
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