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Re: Is x < 1? [#permalink]
Is x < 1?

1) \(x^2\) > x
2) \(x^3\) > 0

Considering Statement 1 alone:
\(x^2\) > x
This is true for x > 1 and also for x < 0........INSUFFICIENT
AD out, BCE stays.

Considering statement 2 alone:
\(x^3\) > 0
=> x > 0, so can be < 1 and > 1............INSUFFICIENT

Considering both the statements together:
Both statements hold true only when x > 1.
SUFFICIENT.

The answer is C.
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