Real numbers x, y, and z satisfy the inequalities

0<x<1, \quad-1<y<0, \quad \text { and } \quad 1<z<2

Which of the following numbers is necessarily positive?

**Answer Choices**

A. y+x^{2}

B. y+x z

C. y+y^{2}

D. y+2 y^{2}

E. y+z

Real numbers x, y, and z satisfy the inequalities

0<x<1, \quad-1<y<0, \quad \text { and } \quad 1<z<2

Which of the following numbers is necessarily positive?

**Answer Choices**

A. y+x^{2}

B. y+x z

C. y+y^{2}

D. y+2 y^{2}

E. y+z