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If 5f + 11 ≥ 17 + f and 7 − 4f > −13, then f could equal each of the

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New post 18 Feb 2019, 04:19
Bunuel wrote:
If 5f + 11 ≥ 17 + f and 7 − 4f > −13, then f could equal each of the following EXCEPT

A. 1.6
B. 2.4
C. 3.9
D. 4.1
E. 5.3



at f = 5.3
relation 7 − 4f > −13 will not stand valid
IMO E
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New post 18 Feb 2019, 05:17
equation 2
7 − 4f > −13
-4f>-20
-f>-5
or f<5
thus option E cant be true
hence answer E
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