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# Is x > y^2? (1) x > y + 5 (2) x^2 - y^2 = 0 This is a

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03 Dec 2007, 22:46
sujitmgmat wrote:
Is x > y^2?

(1) x > y + 5
(2) x^2 - y^2 = 0

This is a GMAT Club Challenge Question. The OA is (c). I am getting (E). Please explain.

B is not Suff!

x^2=y^2

1/2^2=1/2^2

1/2>1/4 or

2^2=2^2

2<2^2 Insuff!!!!!!!!

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