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If a#-b, is (a-b)/(b+a) > 1

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If a#-b, is (a-b)/(b+a) > 1

Post Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:49 pm
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    If a#-b, is (a-b)/(b+a) > 1?

    (1) b^2 > a^2
    (2) a-b>1


    I'm confused how to set up the formulas here. Can any experts help?

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    Post Tue Sep 19, 2017 5:27 am
    ahmedshafea wrote:
    If a#-b, is (a-b)/(b+a) > 1?

    (1) b^2 > a^2
    (2) a-b>1

    I'm confused how to set up the formulas here. Can any experts help?
    There is a typo in the question. Pl. correct it.

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