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# At consolidated foundaries, for a resolution to become

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At consolidated foundaries, for a resolution to become policy, a quorum of atleast half the 20 directors must pass the resolution by atleast a two-thirds majority, did resolution X pass or fail?

1. Ten directors voted for the resolution
2. seven directors voted against the resolution
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26 Sep 2006, 21:30
If seven director's voted against the bill, then a 2/3rds majority is impossible.

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26 Sep 2006, 22:10
chanmat wrote:
At consolidated foundaries, for a resolution to become policy, a quorum of atleast half the 20 directors must pass the resolution by atleast a two-thirds majority, did resolution X pass or fail?

1. Ten directors voted for the resolution
2. seven directors voted against the resolution

C for me
1st alone insuf
2 alone insuff cause we don't know how many people voted
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26 Sep 2006, 22:51
I) Not sufficient

II) Sufficient
We don't need to know how many voted for, because even if all the other directors voted for it, it is still 13 vs 7
which is not 2/3 majority (14 vs 7 is)
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27 Sep 2006, 03:00
Viperace wrote:
I) Not sufficient

II) Sufficient
We don't need to know how many voted for, because even if all the other directors voted for it, it is still 13 vs 7
which is not 2/3 majority (14 vs 7 is)

Ok And what if only 9 voted? what about a quorum of 10?
for a resolution to become policy, a quorum of atleast half the 20 directors must pass the resolution by atleast a two-thirds majority
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27 Sep 2006, 03:52
Yurik79 wrote:
Viperace wrote:
I) Not sufficient

II) Sufficient
We don't need to know how many voted for, because even if all the other directors voted for it, it is still 13 vs 7
which is not 2/3 majority (14 vs 7 is)

Ok And what if only 9 voted? what about a quorum of 10?
for a resolution to become policy, a quorum of atleast half the 20 directors must pass the resolution by atleast a two-thirds majority

With 7 votes against, what would be the minimum number of votes in favour to attain the 2/3 majority?
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27 Sep 2006, 21:04
when quorum is not there it will necessarily fail, thus B is correct
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