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Re: ComputersDS [#permalink] New post 17 May 2008, 09:55
E

statement 1 & 2 are giving you the same information.
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Re: ComputersDS [#permalink] New post 17 May 2008, 09:58
I couldn't solve this one, so I think I'd have to go E.

St 1 nets me:

0 = c + mp - 50
0 = c + np - 60
c + mp - 50 = c + np - 60
mp = np - 10

So I'm at a dead end there, knowing Co. M bought 10 more printers.

St 2 repeats what I was able to get from St 1.

mp = np - 10

Both statements basically say the exact samething--there's still the matter of distributing the 50 sum of computers and printers (+ N's additional 10 printers). I didn't see a way to get to that breakdown with the info supplied.
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