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# Is m NOT EQUAL TO n? 1) m+n<0 2) mn<0 My approach was

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Is m NOT EQUAL TO n?

1) m+n<0
2) mn<0

My approach was

From Statement 1 : m<-n therefore yes sufficient

From Statement 2 : one of the numbers should be negative.Therefore sufficient

But OG says the answer is B.Please explain where i went wrong

Thanks
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14 Jun 2008, 11:19
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statement 1: m = -1 and n = -1 OR m = -1 and n = -2, both conditions satisfy the statement, so you can't answer question.
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14 Jun 2008, 11:35
For statement 2

if m=n then either both m and n are positive or both m and n are negative

in either case mn will not be less than zero ... so yes m is not equal to n

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