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If xy IS NOT equal to 0, is x/y < 0? 1) x = -y 2) -x =

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If xy IS NOT equal to 0, is x/y < 0? 1) x = -y 2) -x = [#permalink]

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If xy IS NOT equal to 0, is x/y < 0?

1) x = -y
2) -x = -(-y)

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Re: DS - Inequality question [#permalink]

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08 Mar 2009, 08:54
mrsmarthi wrote:
If xy IS NOT equal to 0, is x/y < 0?

1) x = -y
2) -x = -(-y)

D .

with both we get yes..
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Re: DS - Inequality question [#permalink]

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08 Mar 2009, 12:14
Yes it is.

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