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Is x between 0 and 1?

(1) x is between -0.5 and 1.5
(2) 3/4 is 1/4 more than x

Originally posted by jimmyjamesdonkey on 23 Sep 2007, 10:38.
Last edited by Bunuel on 20 Sep 2014, 19:34, edited 2 times in total.
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if 3/4 is 1/4 more than x the x=3/4 - 1/4 = 1/2
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jimmyjamesdonkey wrote:
Is x between 0 and 1?

1) x is between -.5 and 1.5
2) 3/4 is 1/4 more than x

OA to follow.


B,

1st is insuff
2nd gives formulae, that has one solution for X, thus sufficient to say yes or no.
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B it is. I originally read statement 2 and though that it could be -1/4 + 3/4.
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-0.5 < x < 1.5
x can be 0<x<1 or x can be -0.5<x<-0.1. Insufficient.

St2:
3/4 = 1/4 + x
x = 1/2

So x is between 0 and 1. Sufficient.

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It is B, since the value of x is given in 2 statement.
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Guys, would you please explain to me - does "between" means "in the middle"? (for example x is between 5 and 0, is x = 2.5?) I have seen this terminology before and it always confuses me...
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Guys, would you please explain to me - does "between" means "in the middle"? (for example x is between 5 and 0, is x = 2.5?) I have seen this terminology before and it always confuses me...


No. x is between 0 and 5 means that x is in the range from 0 to 5.
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B is correct . More refers to addition, so follow second option to get x.

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