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# If x is positive, is x > 3 ? (1) (x - 1)^2 > 4 (2) (x - 2)^2 > 9

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08 Dec 2019, 20:13
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x is positive

(1) |x-1| >2
x>3. Sufficient

(2) |x-2|>3
x>5 Sufficient

D is correct.

Hi
when you say |x-1|>2 why is mod sign not applicable for 2??
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08 Dec 2019, 21:40
devavrat wrote:
Quote:
x is positive

(1) |x-1| >2
x>3. Sufficient

(2) |x-2|>3
x>5 Sufficient

D is correct.

Hi
when you say |x-1|>2 why is mod sign not applicable for 2??

|2| is same as 2 only.
Re: If x is positive, is x > 3 ? (1) (x - 1)^2 > 4 (2) (x - 2)^2 > 9   [#permalink] 08 Dec 2019, 21:40

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