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15 Jun 2005, 07:47
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hello
. If x < 12, then it must be true that
(A) - x < - 12
(B) - x - 2 < 14
(C) - x + 2 < -10
(D) x + 2 < 10
(E) x - 2 < 11
thanks
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15 Jun 2005, 08:16
mandy wrote:
:? hello
. If x < 12, then it must be true that
(A) - x < - 12
(B) - x - 2 < 14
(C) - x + 2 < -10
(D) x + 2 < 10
(E) x - 2 < 11
thanks

(A) take x = -16 it fails
(B) - do -
(C) - do -
(D) -do-
(E) it passes.

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15 Jun 2005, 09:28
I will go with E
As per the statement X can be -100 or as high as 11

A - fails when x is -100
B - fails when x is -100
C - fails when x is -100
D - fails when x is 11
E - does not fail on both conditions
15 Jun 2005, 09:28
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