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Re: If p > 2, then which one of the following inequalities must be false? [#permalink]
Given inequality which we need to test(p > 2)?

Of the available answer options,

(A) 2p > 7 This translates to p > 3.5
(B) 3p < 7 This translates to p < 2.3
(C) p < 3
(D) p > 4
(E) 3p < 6 This translates to p<2

Of the options, Option E is never possible, because if p>2, it cannot be lesser than 2.
Hence, Option E is the answer choice.
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Re: If p > 2, then which one of the following inequalities must be false? [#permalink]
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