1) An employer recruits experienced (x) and fresh (y) workmen for his firm. If he cannot afford to employ more than 9 people, then

2) On an average, an experienced person does 5 units of work while a new recruit does only 3 units of work daily. If their employer has to maintain an output of at least 30 units of work per day, then, with usual notations,

3) If the worker's union demands that an employer should not hire more than 5 experienced hands to 1 fresh one, then

4) If the union forbids an employer to hire less than 2 experienced persons to each fresh person, then

5) A solution of the inequality 3x-2y>3 is

6) If -2 < x < 7 and 3 < y < 5, then which of the following is true?

7) If x and y are two unequal positive numbers, then which of the following is definitely true?

8) If x and y are integers, then the equation 5 x + 19 y = 64 has

9) x > 2, y > - 1 then which of the following holds good?