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Is P > |Q| ? (1) P^2 > Q^3 (2) P > Q

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Is P > |Q| ?


(1) P^2 > Q^3

(2) P > Q

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Originally posted by globaldesi on 06 Apr 2019, 21:26.
Last edited by Bunuel on 06 Apr 2019, 23:37, edited 1 time in total.
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globaldesi wrote:
Is P > |Q| ?


(1) P^2 > Q^3

(2) P > Q




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New post 07 Apr 2019, 04:53
IMO E ,


statement 1

for P and Q positive say 3 and 2 , then P>|Q|


but for P = 1 and Q = -2

P>|Q| does not hold true

insufficient

statement 2


same reason as above,

for P and Q positive , P>|Q| holds true

but for P positive and Q nehative, P>|Q| does not hold true

insufficient

Even if we xombine these together,

P>|Q| will still fail for P positive and Q negative values


Hence IMO E ,

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