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# Is xy < 0?

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Re: Is xy < 0? [#permalink]
stmt-1 : xy can be either -ve Number or +ve fraction or zero. insuff.

stmt-2 : xy can be either +ve Number or -ve fraction or zero. insuff.

If we combine the two - xy can be either zero or +ve/-ve fraction. hence xy cab be <0 or >0 or =0. Insuff.

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