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Is x+1/x-3 < 0?

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Is \(\frac{x+1}{x-3}\) < 0?

(1) \(-1 < x < 1\)
(2) \(x^2-4<0\)
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Is \(\frac{x+1}{x-3}\) < 0?

(1) \(-1 < x < 1\)
(2) \(x^2-4<0\)


Statement I:

As \(-1 < x < 1\), x + 1 will always be positive and x-3 will always be negative. Hence, Sufficient.

Statement II:

\(-2 < x < 2\), x + 1 can be both positive or negative. Hence, Insufficient.
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