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105. b. Simplify both fractions by canceling the x’s. The fractions then become just −y and y. y is positive, so −y is negative. Any positive number is greater than any negative number. 21 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions 106. b. Quantity A is less than 1 and quantity B is greater than 1. This is easily seen by the fact that ᎏ310ᎏ is being taken from 1, which brings the value below 1 for quantity A. For quantity B, create a 101 90 11 common denominator of 100; ᎏ 10ᎏ 0 . This fraction is 10ᎏ 0 +ᎏ 10ᎏ 0 =ᎏ greater than 1.

82. c. 26 = 64; therefore, r = 2. 25 = 32. Both quantities are equal to 32. 12 = m6 and (m2)5 = m10; since m is greater than 1, quantity B 83. b. ͙m ෆ is greater than quantity A. 84. b. 4y. 2y. 2y. Quantity B is greater. 85. b. 20 to get 24 more refrigerators sold. Add 24 to the number of refrigerators sold last year to get the number sold this year; 120 + 24 = 144; 144 refrigerators were sold this year. 86. b. Compare each number in quantity A to a different number in quantity B; 956 < 970, 274 < 275, and 189 < 200.

B. Both quantities contain the number 368. In quantity B, 368 is being multiplied by a larger number, making quantity B greater than quantity A. 15. b. Consider there to be an equal sign between the two columns. Subtract 18 from both sides, leaving −ᎏ45ᎏ + ᎏ12ᎏ = −ᎏ12ᎏ + ᎏ45ᎏ. Since ᎏ45ᎏ is larger than ᎏ12ᎏ, the left side of the equation (quantity A) is negative and the right side (quantity B) is positive. A positive number is always greater than a negative number, so quantity B is greater. 1 16.

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