Ncorrect, as a can be a negative number with a smaller magnitude, in which case 2 does not work out. The correct answer is PART 4, as a+b will always be negative, while |a+b| is always positive.
Disagree with the idea that a must be positive. For example, a can be -2, b can be -10, and the rules from the question still apply.
Um I think it would be |a - b| > a + b
Replied on Jun 02, 2017
But what if both of them ar <0. For exampe a = -2, and b = -3? Then only D works out...
Replied on Jun 11, 2017
That is exactly what I was thinking so even I marked D as correct answer.
Replied on Aug 26, 2017
Yes,I've tried AnnJ method