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Is xy > 0? (1) xy^2 > 0 (2) x^2y^3 < 0

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Option C?
From 1st we can conclude that x is +ve, since y^2 is always going to be +ve, and no info regarding the nature of y
Similarly from 2nd we can conclude that y is -ve

Hence C


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