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### 4 friends A, B, C, and D appeared in a certain examination. The marks obtained by

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4 friends A, B, C, and D appeared in a certain examination. The marks obtained by B is 33.3% less than A and 50% less than C. If the marks obtained by D is at least 2.5 times of the marks of B, then what is the maximum percentage by which the combined score of A and C is more than the score of D?

A. 30%
B. 35%
C. 40%
D. 45%
E. 60%

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