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if x and y are integers, is x>y ?
1. x+y>0
2. y^x<0

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New post 16 Jul 2017, 09:14
if x and y are integers, is x>y ?
1. x+y>0
2.\(y^{x}\)<0

statement 1 is not sufficient as it gives multiple combination

statement 2 : says y has to be negative but it does not have any restriction on x

suppose y = -2 and x = - 2 : \((-2)^{-2}\) =\(\frac{-1}{4}\) and x is not greater than y

combining 1 + 2 : we know that x has to greater than y

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