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Jamboree and GMAT Club Contest: M and N are positive numbers. Is N > 0

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New post 14 Nov 2015, 12:14
QUESTION #9:

M and N are positive numbers. Is N > 0.06?

(1) When M + N is rounded to tenths digit the value is M
(2) N > 0.04


1:
If M is x.05 then N<0.10
With each additional unit added to the hundredths place of M, the N will come down. It will be the lowest when M=x.04, when N<0.01

Since 0.01<N<0.10, Statement 1 is not sufficient.

2:
N>0.04

Not Sufficient.

1 and 2:
0.04<N<0.10
So, N could take values between 0.04 and 0.06.

Not Sufficient

Answer: E
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New post 15 Nov 2015, 19:28
N > 0.06?

St1: M + N = Rounded value of M to its tenth digit.
Let M = 1.45. Rounded value of M = 1.5.
N = 0.01 --> M + N = 1.5; N > 0.06? No
N = 0.09 --> M + N = 1.5; N > 0.06? Yes
Statement 1 alone is not sufficient.

St2: N > 0.04. Clearly not sufficient as we dont know the value of M.

Combining St1 and St2,
M = 1.45 and N = 0.05; M + N = 1.5; N > 0.06? No
M = 1.45 and N = 0.07; M + N = 1.5; N > 0.06? Yes
Not sufficient.

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I believe it's E

Statement 1: N> .05 or M+N >.05
Statement 2: N> .04 could be .05 or .06
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M and N are positive numbers. Is N > 0.06?

(1) When M + N is rounded to tenths digit the value is M
(2) N > 0.04

(2) N > 0.04
N could be = 0.05, 0.06, 0.07 not sufficient

(1) When M + N is rounded to tenths digit the value is M
so N should be .00 ---------------.49 so sufficient
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QUESTION #9:

M and N are positive numbers. Is N > 0.06?

(1) When M + N is rounded to tenths digit the value is M
(2) N > 0.04


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THIS IS HOW I ATTACKED THIS:
It says clearly that we have to find if N>0.06 which means YES or NO answer type..
Now
(1) it says m+n when rounded gives m
ie 0.x+0.0(1/2/3/4) will give us m therefore pretty clear that to get m n needs to be less than 0.05 so our answer is NO. sufficient.

(2) it says N>0.04 so what it can be 0.0(5/6/7/8/9) No way to say precisely what.. hence insufficient.

ANSWER : A
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