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Is 2x - 3y < x^2? 1) 2x - 3y = -2 2) x>2 and y>0

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Is 2x - 3y < x^2? 1) 2x - 3y = -2 2) x>2 and y>0 [#permalink]

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24 Jul 2009, 13:25
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Is 2x - 3y 2 and y>0

Thanks a lot in advance. I got this from the GMATPrep sample exam. I would also appreciate various perspectives/responses/methods.

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24 Jul 2009, 13:54
uzonwagba wrote:
Is 2x - 3y 2 and y>0

Thanks a lot in advance. I got this from the GMATPrep sample exam. I would also appreciate various perspectives/responses/methods.

1) the statement basically changes the question to is -22, y>0. we can try plugging in-
x=3, y=1 6-3 2) so no matter what value Y you pick the left will always be smaller than the right.

so D, both are SUFF

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