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Is xy > 40? (1) -9 < x < 5 (2) -5 < y < 8

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First statement doesnt tell us anything about y, second statement doesnt tell us anything about x. So none of the statements is individually sufficient to answer the question asked. Lets combine the statements.

-9 < x < 5 and -5 < y < 8. Now we can have x=-8.9 and y=-4.9 in which case x*y > 40 but we could have x=0, in which case x*y < 40. So we cant say. Insufficient.

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