
If a < b, and a > b, which of the following is necessarily true?
Because the absolute value of a is less than that of b, a is a lesser magnitude than b. However, a > b, so a must be a positive number and b a negative number. So, you can plug in numbers: a = some positive number of magnitude less than b, or a = 3, b = 10. Sorry, but this feature does not work in your country because it is blocked by your country's firewall. 