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# If mv<pv<0 , is v > 0 ? (1) m < p (2) m < 0

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If mv<pv<0 , is v > 0 ?

(1) m < p
(2) m < 0

(d)

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16 Feb 2006, 07:37
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If mv<pv<0 , is v > 0 ?

(1) m < p
(2) m < 0

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stmt1,

v cant taken on -ve values as this will alter the condition in the stem, consider v=-1, m=3, p=4, this will make mv>vp

only +ve values of v will satisfy the condition-- suff

stmt 2,
since mv and pv should ve -ve, if m is -ve, v should be > 0, to make mv -ve.--suff , Hence D.

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