Bunuel wrote:

The coordinates of points A and B are (p, q) and (r, s). Is |q| > |s|?

(1) The points A and B are equidistant from the origin.

(2) |p| > |r|.

(1) Let the origin be O

\(OA = \sqrt{(p^2+q^2)}\)

\(OB = \sqrt{(r^2+s^2)}\)

OA = OB

Insufficient

(2) Absolute Value of p > Absolute Value of r

Insufficient

On combining

IF

\(\sqrt{(r^2+s^2)} = \sqrt{(p^2+q^2)}\)

& Absolute Value of p > Absolute Value of r

then

Absolute Value of q < Absolute Value of s

Sufficient

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