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1.Ellie is sitting in the front row of a theater. In this row , there are 12 more seats more to the right of where she is seated than there are to the left of her. How many seats are in the front row of the theater?
(1) In the front row of the theater, there are 6 less than 3 times the number of seats located to the left where Ellie is seated.
(2) In the front row, there are 31 seats to the right of the one in which Ellie is seated.


2.Set T is an infinite sequence of positive integers. A “ supersetâ€
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 [#permalink] New post 09 Feb 2007, 12:09
1 question:

Always rephrase DS question.
From the stem we can construct some equation

r - right
l - left

r=l+12
We need to find r+l

1) Sufficient: it gives another inequality
r+l=3(l-6)+r
coupled with
r=l+12 is sufficient

2) r=31
couples with r=l+12
Sufficient

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 [#permalink] New post 09 Feb 2007, 12:12
2 question:

1) says that the first six intergers are multiples of 3. What about the other intergers? Insufficient

2)What about the intergers which are the multiples of 3?
Insufficient

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