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#### Julie bought 2 adult tickets, 1 child ticket, and 1 senior ticket to an amusement park...

##### Re: Julie bought 2 adult tickets, 1 child ticket, and 1 senior ticket to an amusement park...

Let adult ticket = a; child ticket = c; and senior ticket = s a = 2, c = 1, s = 1 Total ticket = 4 Discount on a = 30% of a's price Discount on c = 15% on c's price Discount on s = 15% on s' price Target question => Was the total amount of the 4 discounts greater than 20% of the sum of the regular ...

#### At a certain clothing store, customers who buy 2 shirts pay the regular price

##### Re: At a certain clothing store, customers who buy 2 shirts pay the regular price

Customers who buy 2 shirts pay the regular price for the first shirt and a discounted price for the second shirt Profit made in selling either 1 or 2 shirts is the same. This means that the discounted shirt is sold with no profit at all hence discounted price of the second shirt = cost price of each...

#### A telephone station has x processors, each of which can process a maximum

##### Re: A telephone station has x processors, each of which can process a maximum

Target question => If 500 calls are sent to the station at a particular time, can the station process all of the calls? The station has x processors and each of x can process a maximum of y calls at a particular time So from target question, we want to estimate if xy > 500; where x > = 1 and y > = ...

by deloitte247

Sat Jul 18, 2020 12:53 pm
Forum: Data Sufficiency
Topic: A telephone station has x processors, each of which can process a maximum
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#### In how many ways can 6 chocolates be distributed among 3 children? A child may get any number of chocolates from 0 to 6

##### Re: In how many ways can 6 chocolates be distributed among 3 children? A child may get any number of chocolates from 0 t

Distributing 6 identical chocolates among 3 children using permutation and combination to find the whole solution (n + r - 1) C(r - 1) This will give the number of ways n identical chocolates can be distributed for r different children Given that; n = 6 and r = 3 (n + r - 1) C( r - 1) (6 + 3 - 1) C(...