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# If wxyz ≠ 0, in what quadrant of the coordinate system above does poin

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Re: If wxyz ≠ 0, in what quadrant of the coordinate system above does poin [#permalink]

Stmnt implies that x & z are both positive. >>1 Insufficient.
Stmnt 2 implies that w & y are both negative. >>2 Insufficient.

Combining, x is +ve and y is -ve. Therefore (x,y) lies in 4th Quadrant. >> Together Sufficient
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If wxyz ≠ 0, in what quadrant of the coordinate system above does point (x, y) lie?

(1) (x, z) lies in quadrant I.
(2) (w, y) lies in quadrant III.

I'm happy to respond.

My friend, this question is a very easy question, and therefore not really representative of what the GMAT would ask, except on perhaps the low-level Quant questions.

Here's a far more challenging question