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# Is p+q > r+s? 1) p> r+s 2) q > r+s

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Is p+q > r+s?
1) p> r+s
2) q > r+s

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14 Dec 2006, 18:59
ggarr wrote:
Is p+q > r+s?
1) p> r+s
2) q > r+s

C

if p>r+s, q cud be -(r+s) .so we need to know q

so both 1 and 2 are required
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14 Dec 2006, 19:44
Going for E

Individual is obviously not sufficient

Together
Say r + s = -7 and p = -5 and q = -6
then p + q < r + s

Say r + s = 4 and p = 5 and q = 6
then p + q > r + s

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