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# Is p>q?

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06 Mar 2019, 21:07
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45% (medium)

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71% (01:10) correct 29% (00:32) wrong based on 7 sessions

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Is p>q?

I. (p+r)>(q+s) and r>s
II. (p+s)<(q+r) and s>r
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06 Mar 2019, 21:28
kiran120680 wrote:
Is p>q?

I. (p+r)>(q+s) and r>s
II. (p+s)<(q+r) and s>r

Discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/is-p-q-1-p-r ... 70770.html
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Re: Is p>q?   [#permalink] 06 Mar 2019, 21:28
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