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# Is 4x>3y? 1)x>y-x 2)x/y<1

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06 Feb 2006, 17:40
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Is 4x>3y?

1)x>y-x

2)x/y<1

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06 Feb 2006, 18:22
I remember solving the same question (last week). The format of condition (1) was a little bit different. Here is the link

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?p=175496

In this problem
1) x > y-x

In that problem
1) 4x > 2y

x > y-x => 2x> y => 4x>2y
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06 Feb 2006, 21:17
oa is E , thanks giddi

You seem really good at choosing numbers in these types of problems? What is your approach? I have a difficult time .

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