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# Is a/b > 0?

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Is a/b >0?

(1) ab > 0
(2) b/a > 0
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07 Nov 2010, 14:24
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Creeper300 wrote:
is a/b >0?

1. ab>0
2. b/a>0

Is a/b >0? Or do a and b have the same sign?

(1) ab>0, answer is YES. Sufficient.
(2) b/a>0, answer is YES. Sufficient.

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18 Jul 2016, 04:13
Creeper300 wrote:
Is a/b >0?

(1) ab > 0
(2) b/a > 0

Is a/b >0?

(1) ab > 0
Means either a and b are both +ve or both -ve
In both cases a/b will be greater than 0
SUFFICIENT

(2) b/a > 0
Means either a and b are both +ve or both -ve
in any case ta/b will be greater than 0
SUFFICIENT

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