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Re: x < 5 ; y < z [#permalink]
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QB iz z+5 or 5+z is the same.

Now, 5+z means that z could be fraction such as 1/2 or an integer such us at least 1 or 1 billion.
Suppose 1 and suppose we take into account integers to picking up

5+1=6

x<5 so at least x=4 or less

y<z so it must be 0 or less (also negatives numbers)

QA is x+y=4+0=4

QB is 6

B is the answer
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