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Source : GMATPrep Is m + z > 0 ? (1) m-3z > 0 (2) 4z-m

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Is m + z > 0 ?

(1) m-3z > 0
(2) 4z-m > 0

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Is m + z > 0 ?....is m>-z

(1) m-3z > 0
(2) 4z-m > 0


m>3z .......insuff ( consider when z is -ve)

from 2

m< 4z

insuff

both

add them together

-m< -3z , m<4z = z>0 ....thus both are suff ( C)
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amitdgr wrote:
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Is m + z > 0 ?....is m>-z

(1) m-3z > 0
(2) 4z-m > 0


m>3z .......insuff ( consider when z is -ve)

from 2

m< 4z

insuff

both

add them together

-m< -3z , m<4z = z>0 ....thus both are suff ( C)


OA is C.

Thanks Yezz. It never struck me that we can ADD the inequations as well :)

Thank you. +1 for you
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yezz wrote:
amitdgr wrote:
Source : GMATPrep

Is m + z > 0 ?....is m>-z

(1) m-3z > 0
(2) 4z-m > 0


m>3z .......insuff ( consider when z is -ve)

from 2

m0 ....thus both are suff ( C)


OA is C.

Thanks Yezz. It never struck me that we can ADD the inequations as well :)

Thank you. +1 for you


Just note that you can only add inequalities when the > or < is pointing in the same direction

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