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Is x greater than 1.8? (1) x > 1.7 (2) x > 1.9

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Bunuel wrote:
Is x greater than 1.8?

(1) x > 1.7

(2) x > 1.9


Question stem:- Is x>1.8 ?

St1:- x > 1.7
So x could be:- 1.71, 1.81
Question stem is inconsistent.
Insufficient.

St2:- x > 1.9
Or, x is always greater than 1.8.
Sufficient.

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New post 01 Oct 2018, 02:53
Bunuel wrote:
Is x greater than 1.8?

(1) x > 1.7

(2) x > 1.9


Question: Is x greater than 1.8?

Statement 1: x > 1.7
i.e. x may be 1.75 and 1.85 hence
NOT SUFFICIENT

Statement 2: x > 1.9
i.e. x must be greater than 1.8 as well because x is given as greater than 1.9
SUFFICIENT

Answer: Option B
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