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I make it C I think.. though I'd like to see the OA.

Statement 1 - if x is 1, 2, 3, or 4, the statement is incorrect, thus, if x is positive, then it must be above 3. However, if x is negative, then it may perhaps work. if x is -2, then the statement is correct.

Statement 2 - on it's own is insufficient - x can be anywhere between 1 and 3...

Together though it tells us x is a positive number above 3...

I forget the rule, but if you a bunch of #s together is equal to 0, then you can set each one individually to zero and solve. Something like that. I did the following

A.

x-3>0
x-2>0
x-1>0

X > 3 suff.

Killer, Also you said it yourself. You forget this is a yes/no question....Statement 1 is true when we have integers. That is how we knows it is a positive.

I forget the rule, but if you a bunch of #s together is equal to 0, then you can set each one individually to zero and solve. Something like that. I did the following

A.

x-3>0 x-2>0 x-1>0

X > 3 suff.

Killer, Also you said it yourself. You forget this is a yes/no question....Statement 1 is true when we have integers. That is how we knows it is a positive.

B. x>1 not suff.

I dont follow. E seems right... I think KS is correct no?

If X is 1.5, then we end up with -1.5 x -0.5 x 0.5 = 0.325 so answer is no

If X is 4, then we end up with 1 x 2 x 3 = 6 so answer is yes.

Thus Statement 1 is insuff.

As KS said - both numbers also fit within statement 2. 1.5 > 1 as is 6.