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Consolidated foundries [#permalink] New post 26 Jun 2009, 20:50
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Re: Consolidated foundries [#permalink] New post 27 Jun 2009, 05:05
Could the answer be 'E' (none of the statements help)?

However, i could not understand "..., a quorum of at least half the 20 directors must pass the resolution by at least a 2/3 majority..."
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Re: Consolidated foundries [#permalink] New post 27 Jun 2009, 05:12
I think its "c".

both combines will help. total 17 took part in voting, to pass the resolution 2/3 are required. 10 voted in favor, so the answer seems to be simple if both points are combined.

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Re: Consolidated foundries [#permalink] New post 27 Jun 2009, 09:57
bkparikh wrote:
IMO B

(1) INSUFFICIENT. We don't know how many directors are present. If 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15 directors are present the resolution will pass because there will be a 2/3 majority. If 16 - 20 directors are present, the resolution will not pass.

(2) SUFFICIENT If 7 vote against the resolution, the resolution cannot pass regardless of the number of directors present.
Assume all 20 directors are present and the remaining 13 vote for the resolution. 13/20 < 2/3, therefore the resolution cannot pass.


The quorum refers to the minimum number of directors required to make a decision. In this case because the quorum is half of 20, you need at least 10 present. And of the 10, you need a 2/3 majority (7 or more) to vote for a resolution. However, if more than 10 are present, you still need a 2/3 majority. If 20 are present, you need 14 or more for the resolution to pass.


Agreed straight away!!

I have taken it as a difference of few points. If all 20 are present, the 2/3 of 20 is 13.333 it means that the number must be greater than 13, as we are talking about human beings so the number should be 14 in this case for resolution approval.

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Re: Consolidated foundries [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2009, 03:41
bkparikh wrote:
IMO B

(1) INSUFFICIENT. We don't know how many directors are present. If 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15 directors are present the resolution will pass because there will be a 2/3 majority. If 16 - 20 directors are present, the resolution will not pass.

(2) SUFFICIENT If 7 vote against the resolution, the resolution cannot pass regardless of the number of directors present.
Assume all 20 directors are present and the remaining 13 vote for the resolution. 13/20 < 2/3, therefore the resolution cannot pass.


The quorum refers to the minimum number of directors required to make a decision. In this case because the quorum is half of 20, you need at least 10 present. And of the 10, you need a 2/3 majority (7 or more) to vote for a resolution. However, if more than 10 are present, you still need a 2/3 majority. If 20 are present, you need 14 or more for the resolution to pass.


Thanks bkparikh for explaining so well.
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