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# Inequalities Data Sufficiency Question

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30 Jul 2018, 23:04
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Hello I'm practicing this data sufficiency question and got the answer right but I am still not very clear on why statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the below question?
The correct answer as per GMAT practice test is statement 2 alone is sufficient. Can someone explain why statement 1 alone is not sufficient?

Is x>y?

1. x+y<0
2. x-y>0
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Re: Inequalities Data Sufficiency Question  [#permalink]

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30 Jul 2018, 23:08
zarausmani wrote:
Hello I'm practicing this data sufficiency question and got the answer right but I am still not very clear on why statement 1 alone is not sufficient to answer the below question?
The correct answer as per GMAT practice test is statement 2 alone is sufficient. Can someone explain why statement 1 alone is not sufficient?

Is x>y?

1. x+y<0
2. x-y>0

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