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# Is w - x < y - z? (I) y > w (2) z < x OA is C

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Is w - x < y - z? (I) y > w (2) z < x OA is C [#permalink]

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Is w - x < y - z?

(I) y > w

(2) z < x

OA is
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C
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06 Jun 2009, 07:00

when you subtract a lesser number from a greater number then obviously y-z is greater..you can put values if you like for each of the variables and see....
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06 Jun 2009, 12:10
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Is w - x < y - z?

(I) y > w

(2) z < x

I agree with RC150

OA - C
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08 Jun 2009, 19:37
1) No info about x,z insuf
2) No info about y,w insuf
Together,
w-x<y-z <=> y-w>z-x => YES
Because 1) => y-w>0
2) => z-x<0
Re: Inequalities (III)   [#permalink] 08 Jun 2009, 19:37
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