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Sorry I didn't get this right and require further help.

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Sorry I didn't get this right and require further help.

Can you explain a bit and also provide me a link to practice such type of questions?

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Please be more specific when asking a question. Which part of the solution above is confusing?

9. Inequalities



For more check Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread



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Could you please explain more why (2) a+c<b+da+c<b+d is Not sufficient? Thank you!
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