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Is a^2>b^2? 1) a<0 2) IaI>IbI

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1) a<0
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Statement 1: No information regarding b. Hence insufficient

Statement 2: directly provides the information that magnitude of "a" is greater than "b". So a^2>b^2. hence sufficient

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