ksha wrote:
Is \(m > n\) ?
(1) \(n – m + 2 > 0\)
(2) \(n – m – 2 > 0\)
We can rephrase the question: "Is \(m – n > 0\) ?"
(1)
INSUFFICIENT: If we solve this inequality for \(m – n\), we get \(m – n < 2\). This does not answer the question "Is \(m – n > 0\) ?".
(2)
SUFFICIENT: If we solve this inequality for \(m – n\), we get \(m – n < -2\). This answers the question "Is \(m – n > 0\) ?" with an absolute
NO.
The correct answer is
B.
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