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# Is x greater than y? (1) 3x = 2k (2) k = y^2

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05 Nov 2017, 01:31
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Is x greater than y?

(1) 3x = 2k
(2) k = y^2

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05 Nov 2017, 01:46
Bunuel wrote:
Is x greater than y?

(1) 3x = 2k
(2) k = y^2

Should be E. Each equattion is insuff.

Combining two 3x = 2y^2

Here, if we take y=1, -1 we get diffrent results.
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