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#### If \(\$6,000\) invested for one year at \(x\) percent simple annual interest yields \(\$450,\) what amount must be

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##### If \(\$6,000\) invested for one year at \(x\) percent simple annual interest yields \(\$450,\) what amount must be

If \(\$6,000\) invested for one year at \(x\) percent simple annual interest yields \(\$450,\) what amount must be invested at \(y\) percent simple annual interest for one year to yield the same number of dollars? 1) If \(\$4,500\) were invested at y percent simple annual interest for one year, the ...

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Sat Feb 24, 2024 10:37 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: If \(\$6,000\) invested for one year at \(x\) percent simple annual interest yields \(\$450,\) what amount must be
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#### An investment club has had an average rate of return of \(15\%\) per year for the past \(6\) years. If Teresa invests

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##### An investment club has had an average rate of return of \(15\%\) per year for the past \(6\) years. If Teresa invests

An investment club has had an average rate of return of \(15\%\) per year for the past \(6\) years. If Teresa invests \($1000\) and neither adds nor subtracts money from the club, how much will Teresa have invested after \(5\) years assuming that the rate of return does not change? A. \(1000+1.15^5\...

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Sat Feb 24, 2024 10:33 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: An investment club has had an average rate of return of \(15\%\) per year for the past \(6\) years. If Teresa invests
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#### A dealer bought a merchandise at \(a\%\) less than its marked price and then sold at \(b\%\) less than its marked price.

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##### A dealer bought a merchandise at \(a\%\) less than its marked price and then sold at \(b\%\) less than its marked price.

A dealer bought a merchandise at \(a\%\) less than its marked price and then sold at \(b\%\) less than its marked price. What was the value of the discount offered to customers?

1. \(a=6\%\)

2. The dealer made a profit of \(5\%\)

The OA is C

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sat Feb 24, 2024 10:21 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A dealer bought a merchandise at \(a\%\) less than its marked price and then sold at \(b\%\) less than its marked price.
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#### A certain dog kennel houses only collies, labs, and golden retrievers. If the ratio of collies to labs is \(5{:}9,\)

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##### A certain dog kennel houses only collies, labs, and golden retrievers. If the ratio of collies to labs is \(5{:}9,\)

A certain dog kennel houses only collies, labs, and golden retrievers. If the ratio of collies to labs is \(5{:}9,\) there are \(66\) golden retrievers, and \(12\) more golden retrievers than labs in the kennel, what percent of the dogs in the kennel are collies? A. \(5\%\) B. \(9\%\) C. \(12\%\) D....

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Sat Feb 24, 2024 10:13 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A certain dog kennel houses only collies, labs, and golden retrievers. If the ratio of collies to labs is \(5{:}9,\)
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#### Soni and Misha are exchanging stamps with each other. At the start, Soni has \(12\) stamps of type \(X\) and \(15\)

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##### Soni and Misha are exchanging stamps with each other. At the start, Soni has \(12\) stamps of type \(X\) and \(15\)

Soni and Misha are exchanging stamps with each other. At the start, Soni has \(12\) stamps of type \(X\) and \(15\) stamps of type \(Y\) while Misha has \(20\) stamps of type \(X\) and \(10\) stamps of type \(Y.\) They have no other stamps of any other type with them apart from these. After the exch...

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Sun Feb 18, 2024 8:07 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Soni and Misha are exchanging stamps with each other. At the start, Soni has \(12\) stamps of type \(X\) and \(15\)
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#### \(K\)-numbers are positive integers with only \(2\)'s as their digits. For example, \(2, 22,\) and \(222\) are \(K\)

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##### \(K\)-numbers are positive integers with only \(2\)'s as their digits. For example, \(2, 22,\) and \(222\) are \(K\)

\(K\)-numbers are positive integers with only \(2\)'s as their digits. For example, \(2, 22,\) and \(222\) are \(K\)-numbers. The \(K\)-weight of a number \(n\) is the minimum number of \(K\)-numbers that must be added together to equal \(n.\) For example, the \(K\)-weight of \(50\) is \(5,\) becaus...

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Sun Feb 18, 2024 7:56 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: \(K\)-numbers are positive integers with only \(2\)'s as their digits. For example, \(2, 22,\) and \(222\) are \(K\)
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#### A shop sells small photo frames for \(\$10\) a piece, and large photo frames for \(\$18\) a piece. Martha bought a total

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##### A shop sells small photo frames for \(\$10\) a piece, and large photo frames for \(\$18\) a piece. Martha bought a total

A shop sells small photo frames for \(\$10\) a piece, and large photo frames for \(\$18\) a piece. Martha bought a total of \(15\) photo frames from this shop. How many of these \(15\) were small photo frames? 1) She paid a total of \(\$214\) for the photo frames 2) Ratio of number of small photo fr...

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Sun Feb 18, 2024 7:48 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A shop sells small photo frames for \(\$10\) a piece, and large photo frames for \(\$18\) a piece. Martha bought a total
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#### A businessman earns \(\$27800\) in December, thus decreasing his average annual (Januaru to December) earnings by

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##### A businessman earns \(\$27800\) in December, thus decreasing his average annual (Januaru to December) earnings by

A businessman earns \(\$27800\) in December, thus decreasing his average annual (January to December) earnings by \(\$1200.\) His annual earnings would be

A. \(\$29000\)

B. \(\$33500\)

C. \(\$40200\)

D. \(\$41000\)

E. \(\$42300\)

The OA is D

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sun Feb 18, 2024 7:32 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A businessman earns \(\$27800\) in December, thus decreasing his average annual (Januaru to December) earnings by
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#### A furniture store reduces the retail price of a sofa from \(\$800\) to \(\$600.\) By what percent is the price of the

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##### A furniture store reduces the retail price of a sofa from \(\$800\) to \(\$600.\) By what percent is the price of the

A furniture store reduces the retail price of a sofa from \(\$800\) to \(\$600.\) By what percent is the price of the sofa reduced?

A. \(25\%\)

B. \(30\%\)

C. \(35\%\)

D. \(60\%\)

E. \(75\%\)

The OA is A

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sat Feb 10, 2024 7:59 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A furniture store reduces the retail price of a sofa from \(\$800\) to \(\$600.\) By what percent is the price of the
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##### A man took a loan under simple interest. What was the rate of interest?

A man took a loan under simple interest. What was the rate of interest?

1) The number of years for which the loan was taken was the same as the rate of interest

2) The final value of the loan after the duration of loan was \(9\) percent higher than the amount taken as loan

The OA is C

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sat Feb 10, 2024 7:52 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: A man took a loan under simple interest. What was the rate of interest?
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#### The enrollment at a middle school increased by \(15\) percent from the previous year. If the school’s present enrollment

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##### The enrollment at a middle school increased by \(15\) percent from the previous year. If the school’s present enrollment

The enrollment at a middle school increased by \(15\) percent from the previous year. If the school’s present enrollment is \(920\) students, how many students were enrolled the previous year?

A. \(782\)

B. \(800\)

C. \(820\)

D. \(846\)

E. \(890\)

The OA is B

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Sat Feb 10, 2024 7:41 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: The enrollment at a middle school increased by \(15\) percent from the previous year. If the school’s present enrollment
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#### Three machines, \(K, M,\) and \(P,\) working simultaneously and independently at their respective constant rates, can

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##### Three machines, \(K, M,\) and \(P,\) working simultaneously and independently at their respective constant rates, can

Three machines, \(K, M,\) and \(P,\) working simultaneously and independently at their respective constant rates, can complete a certain task in \(24\) minutes. How long does it take Machine \(K,\) working alone at its constant rate, to complete the task? 1) Machines \(M\) and \(P,\) working simulta...

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Sat Feb 03, 2024 1:53 pm- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: Three machines, \(K, M,\) and \(P,\) working simultaneously and independently at their respective constant rates, can
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#### Suzanne and Melody can paint home in \(10\) and \(15\) days respectively. They started painting but unfortunately,

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##### Suzanne and Melody can paint home in \(10\) and \(15\) days respectively. They started painting but unfortunately,

Suzanne and Melody can paint home in \(10\) and \(15\) days respectively. They started painting but unfortunately, Suzanne had to leave after some days and Melody finished the remaining task in \(5\) days. After how many days did Suzanne left? A. \(10\) B. \(4\) C. \(5\) D. \(20\) E. \(6\) The OA is...

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Sat Feb 03, 2024 1:46 pm- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: Suzanne and Melody can paint home in \(10\) and \(15\) days respectively. They started painting but unfortunately,
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#### John puts balls in \(7\) boxes, and puts at least \(1\) ball in each box. Did he put more than \(7\) balls in at least

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##### John puts balls in \(7\) boxes, and puts at least \(1\) ball in each box. Did he put more than \(7\) balls in at least

John puts balls in \(7\) boxes, and puts at least \(1\) ball in each box. Did he put more than \(7\) balls in at least one box?

1. The number of balls in each of the \(7\) boxes are different

2. The total number of balls put into box is 29

The OA is C

- by BTGmoderatorLU

Sat Jan 27, 2024 9:37 am- Forum: Data Sufficiency
- Topic: John puts balls in \(7\) boxes, and puts at least \(1\) ball in each box. Did he put more than \(7\) balls in at least
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#### A group of people decided to cut \(128\) trees in a certain number of days. For the first \(4\) days, they were able to

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##### A group of people decided to cut \(128\) trees in a certain number of days. For the first \(4\) days, they were able to

A group of people decided to cut \(128\) trees in a certain number of days. For the first \(4\) days, they were able to achieve their planned per day target. However, for the remaining days, the group was able to cut \(4\) more trees daily than planned. In this way, the group had cut \(164\) trees o...

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Sat Jan 27, 2024 9:32 am- Forum: Problem Solving
- Topic: A group of people decided to cut \(128\) trees in a certain number of days. For the first \(4\) days, they were able to
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