If x and y are positive, is 4x>3y?

1. x>y-x

2. x/y<1

I get how the two statements alone are not sufficient but how about together??

this is what i did so far:

1. x>y-x becomes 2x>y some values that satisfy this are x=1, y=1....x=2, y=3.... x=3, y =5

putting these values in 4x>3y gives true/false statements....2>1 yes......8>9...no..12>15..no

so insufficient

2. since x, >0 x/y <1 becomes x

values of x,y that satisfy this are...4,2...6,1...3,4

putting these in 4x>3y

we get Y/N statements agn.....16>6 yes.....24>3 yes.....12>12...no

so insufficient

BUT together...i'm not sure how to combine the two statements:

2x>y & x

What do i do??? It would take me forever to find values to satisfy both stat 1 & 2 and then to check if any of the values give a consistent answer for 4x>3y. Is there a shortcut that i'm missing?????

Also another issue related to this i have is that i never know which "trial" values to pick. I tend to start with small positive no.s then i try higher positive no.s then if the question allows i'll plug in negative values or fractions.

my question is how do i speed up this process? any tips on plug-in values would be greatly appreciated! thanks