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If y is greater than 110 percent of x, is y greater than 75 ? (1 ) x > 75 (2) y x = 10 SOl:We need to find whether y>75 and we know y>1.1x St 1: Clearly sufficient cause if x>75 and y>1.1*75. B,C and E ruled out St 2: y= 10+x and also y>1.1x so 10+x>1.1x > 100>x....So can can take any value and therefore Y can have any value Ans A
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Bunuel wrote: The Official Guide For GMAT® Quantitative Review, 2ND EditionIf y is greater than 110 percent of x, is y greater than 75 ? (1 ) x > 75 (2) y x = 10 y > 1.1 * x Statement 1) x > 75 as y > 1.1 * 75, definitely we can say y > 75. Sufficient Statement 2) y  x = 10 => y = 10 + x . As we don't know the value of x, we cannot determine if y > 75. Not Sufficient. Hence Option A)
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If y is greater than 110 percent of x, is y greater than 75 ? 1. x > 75 2. y x = 10 Ans: 1: Clearly sufficient 2: y= 10+x => x=y10 and also y>1.1x so y>1.1(y10) > 110>y. Thus not sufficient. A it is!
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If y is greater than 110 percent of x, is y greater than 75 ?
1. x > 75 2. y x = 10
1. Is sufficient enough to declare that y>75
2. Insufficient
Hence, I go with option A.



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23 May 2014, 10:47
If y is greater than 110 percent of x, is y greater than 75 ? Looking at options (1). x> 75As y >1.1 x > y >75. Sufficient(2). y x =10 As y >1.1 x > x = y/1.1  d where d >0 So, (2) > y  y/1.1 + d = y/11 + d = 10 > y = 110  11d So, y > 75 will depend on the value of d; Not sufficientPress kudos if it helped. Kudos is the best form of appreciation Kindly check the post with the poll and revert with your replies 10straightlinesnotwoofwhichareparallelandnothree171525.html



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[youtube][/youtube]This question always leave me wondering. What we know from the test of the problem: y > 1.1x
1) x > 75 and y > 75*1.1 So y > 82.5 and the statement is sufficient.
2) y  x = 10 and, since we are interested in the limiting case, y = 1.1*x So 1.1x  x = 10, x = 100 and y = 110, leading to y > 110.
Why the reasoning behind the second point is wrong according to the GMAT Quant Review?
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Y>1.1X, Is Y > 75?
1. X>75 Put x=75, Y>82.5, definitely y is greater than 75
Sufficient
2. YX= 10 X=Y10 Y>1.1(Y10) Y>1.1Y  11 0.1Y<11 Y<110 Not Sufficient



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Bunuel wrote: SOLUTION
If y is greater than 110 percent of x, is y greater than 75 ?
Given: \(y>1.1x\). Question: is \(y>75\)? Or is \(x\geq{\frac{75}{1.1}}\)
(1) x > 75. Sufficient.
(2) y  x = 10. Not sufficient as shown above.
Answer: A. Hi Bunuel, Can you pls point out the flaw in my reasoning. Given that y>1.1x As a limiting case, suppose y=1.1x So, if yx=10 0.1x=10 x=100 y>1.1x > y>110 Isn't it suff??



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srikanth9502 wrote: Bunuel wrote: SOLUTION
If y is greater than 110 percent of x, is y greater than 75 ?
Given: \(y>1.1x\). Question: is \(y>75\)? Or is \(x\geq{\frac{75}{1.1}}\)
(1) x > 75. Sufficient.
(2) y  x = 10. Not sufficient as shown above.
Answer: A. Hi Bunuel, Can you pls point out the flaw in my reasoning. Given that y>1.1x As a limiting case, suppose y=1.1x So, if yx=10 0.1x=10 x=100 y>1.1x > y>110 Isn't it suff?? Can someone please explain? Why is y>110 incorrect?




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