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# All of the tickets for 2 real estate seminars F & G,

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All of the tickets for 2 real estate seminars F & G, [#permalink]  23 Oct 2005, 18:51
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All of the tickets for 2 real estate seminars F & G, were either purchases or given away, and the ratio of F tickets to G tickets was 2 to 1. Of the total number of F tickets and G tickets, what percentage was purchased?

1) The total number of F tickets and G tickets is 240
2) Of the F tickets, exactly 60% were purchases, and of the G tickets, exactly 80% were purchased.
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Re: DS: Real Estate Seminar Tickets [#permalink]  23 Oct 2005, 20:00
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All of the tickets for 2 real estate seminars F & G, were either purchases or given away, and the ratio of F tickets to G tickets was 2 to 1. Of the total number of F tickets and G tickets, what percentage was purchased?

1) The total number of F tickets and G tickets is 240
2) Of the F tickets, exactly 60% were purchases, and of the G tickets, exactly 80% were purchased.

Given condition F=2G

1. alone is not suff. F+G=240

2. .6F = purchased and .8G = purchased.

We want .6F+.8g/F+G is 66.66/% So B.
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OA is B as Jainvineet explained. I made a mistake when taking up the practice test and just wanted to post it so that everyone is aware of.

The mistake I made was, I thought we would need the total to calculate the required percentage and choose C.
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