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Is x/15 > y/25 ? (1) 5y + 3x > 8x + 2y (2) 6y + 5x > 10x + 3y

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Bunuel wrote:
Is \(\frac{x}{15} > \frac{y}{25}\) ?


(1) \(5y + 3x > 8x + 2y\)

(2) \(6y + 5x > 10x + 3y\)


Solving Equation 1. We will get y/5 > x/3 i.e. No, so sufficient
2. Y/5 > X/3 i.e. No, so sufficient

Both equations are sufficient to answer individually.

Answer is D

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