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# Is xy > 0 ? (1) x = y + 6 (2) y < 0

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Re: Is xy > 0 ? (1) x = y + 6 (2) y < 0 [#permalink]
Bunuel wrote:
Is xy > 0 ?

(1) x = y + 6
(2) y < 0

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target find xy>0
#1
x=y+6
x-y=6
x =0 ; y = -6
x=4 ; y = -2
x=7 ; y=1
insufficient
#2
y<0
x not know insufficient
from 1 &2
y is -ve
so
x =0 ; y = -6
x=4 ; y = -2
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