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Is x^4 > 2,000?

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Bunuel wrote:
Is x^4 > 2,000?

(1) x^3 > 400

(2) x > 7.25


from 1 we know:
x^3 > 2^4 * 5^2
7^3 = 343
8^3 = 512
x must be greater than 7 100%.
7^4 = 2401 - so already sufficient.

2. sufficient. if x=7, then it is already sufficient.

D is the answer.
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Is x^4 > 2,000?

(1) x^3 > 400

(2) x > 7.25



IMO D

From statement 1
x^3 > 400
6^3= 216, 7^3= 343 8^3= 512
so x must be greater than 7
7^4= 2401,
Yes, Sufficient

From statement 2
x > 7.25
so x^4 > 2762.8
Hence sufficient

Hence D
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mvictor wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
Is x^4 > 2,000?

(1) x^3 > 400

(2) x > 7.25


from 1 we know:
x^3 > 2^4 * 5^2
7^3 = 343
8^3 = 512
x must be greater than 7 100%.
7^4 = 2401 - so already sufficient.

2. sufficient. if x=7, then it is already sufficient.

D is the answer.


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Bunuel wrote:
Is x^4 > 2,000?

(1) x^3 > 400

(2) x > 7.25



(1) \(x^3 >400\)

We have \(7^3=343\), so \(x^3 >400 >343 = 7^3\) or \(x>7\).
Hence, \(x^4 > 7^4 = 49^2 = 2401 > 2000\), sufficient

(2) We have \(x>7.25>7\) . Hence \(x^4 >7^4 >2000\), sufficient.

The answer is D
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