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If x>y and (x -1)^2<(y -1)^2, which of the following inequalities must

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If x>y and (x -1)^2<(y -1)^2, which of the following inequalities must be correct.


A. x-y>2
B. x+y>2
C. x^2<y^2
D. x-y<2
E. x+y<2
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