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if n is a positive integer then which fraction is greater 10/n or 1/3?

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if n is a positive integer then which fraction is greater 10/n or 1/3?

1) n>3

2) 25>n
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if n is a positive integer then which fraction is greater 10/n or 1/3?

1) n>3
Since n can take virtually any value above 3,
in some case 10/n is bigger eg if n=4, 2.5 > 0.33 where as if n=50, 0.2 < 0.33, 10/n is smaller
Hence, insufficient.
2) 25>n
When n is less that 25, the highest value it can take is 10/24 = 5/12 = 0.41 which is definitely greater than 0.33
Hence sufficient(Option B)
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