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7 teams compete in a track competition. If there are 20 [#permalink] New post 19 Feb 2008, 09:45
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7 teams compete in a track competition. If there are 20 events in the competition, no event ends in a tie, and no team wins more than 3 events, what is the minimum possible number of teams that won at least one event?
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Re: MGMAT - Combin [#permalink] New post 19 Feb 2008, 10:11
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7 teams compete in a track competition. If there are 20 events in the competition, no event ends in a tie, and no team wins more than 3 events, what is the minimum possible number of teams that won at least one event?
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3(max wins) x 6 =18 (6 teams win three events)

18+2 = 20 (1 team wins 2 events)
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Re: MGMAT - Combin [#permalink] New post 19 Feb 2008, 14:06
pretty straightforward. OA is E
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