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# Is (1/p) > r/(r^2 + 2)? 1) p=r 2) r > 0 Thanks. I got

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Is (1/p) > r/(r^2 + 2)?
1) p=r
2) r > 0

Thanks. I got this from the GMATPrep software. Please explain to me how you arrive at your answer.

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Okay, the answer was given as C, whereas I got A. Why is (1) alone insufficient?

Last edited by nookway on 24 Jul 2009, 19:40, edited 1 time in total.
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