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# Is x – y ≥ 5 ? (1) x ≥ 9 (2) y ≥ 4

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Re: Is x – y ≥ 5 ? (1) x ≥ 9 (2) y ≥ 4 [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
Is x – y ≥ 5 ?

(1) x ≥ 9
(2) y ≥ 4

DS21189

target x-y>=5
#1
x>=9
#2
y>=4 ;
from 1 &2
x=9 and y = 4 ; so x – y ≥ 5 ; yes
x=9 and y = 4 ; so x – y ≥ 5 ; NO
insufficient
OPTION E;;
Bunuel ; hi is given OA correct? shouldnt it be E?
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Is x – y ≥ 5 ? (1) x ≥ 9 (2) y ≥ 4 [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
Is x – y ≥ 5 ?

(1) x ≥ 9
(2) y ≥ 4

DS21189

but oa for this on mba.com is c
Bunuel help here is image shot from mba.com of soln
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Re: Is x – y ≥ 5 ? (1) x ≥ 9 (2) y ≥ 4 [#permalink]
ayushkumar22941 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
Is x – y ≥ 5 ?

(1) x ≥ 9
(2) y ≥ 4

DS21189

but oa for this on mba.com is c
Bunuel help here is image shot from mba.com of soln

In the solution they provide, (2) is y <= 4, not y ≥ 4.
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Re: Is x – y ≥ 5 ? (1) x ≥ 9 (2) y ≥ 4 [#permalink]
ayushkumar22941 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
Is x – y ≥ 5 ?

(1) x ≥ 9
(2) y ≥ 4

DS21189

but oa for this on mba.com is c
Bunuel help here is image shot from mba.com of soln

Here is that question: https://gmatclub.com/forum/is-x-y-5-1-x ... 26670.html
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