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# if x, y, and z are non zero integers and x>yz, which of

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VP
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if x, y, and z are non zero integers and x>yz, which of [#permalink]

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26 Jan 2005, 23:26
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if x, y, and z are non zero integers and x>yz, which of the following must be true........

(i) x/y>z
(ii) x/z>1
(iii) x/yz>1

(a) i
(b) iii
(c) i and ii
(d) i, ii and iii
(e) none

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26 Jan 2005, 23:51
Since we don't know the sign of x, y, z, we can't say much about the inequalities. So none of the above.

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27 Jan 2005, 03:29
In inequalities, we cant divide by variables..

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27 Jan 2005, 04:38
If all these integers were >0 iii was the good option but whithout nothing it we can not say if x/(yz) >1 or <1
So E it is

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27 Jan 2005, 08:11
"E" for me.....don't know the signs of the variables.

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27 Jan 2005, 08:11
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