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A tourist has travelers checks in $20 and $100

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A tourist has travelers’ checks in $20 and
$100 denominations. How many $20 checks are
there?
(1) If half of the $20 checks is spent, the
remaining amount is $520.
(2) The total value of the checks is $740.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2004, 17:07
C it is
1) 20x/2 + 100y = 520
2 unknowns, insuff.

2) 20x + 100y = 740
2 unknowns, insuff.

Both are sufficient.
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