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Exclusive of tax, was the total revenue from the sale of book X last week greater than $100?
(1) Last week more than 9 copies of book X were sold.
(2) Last week the revenue from the sale of each copy of book X was $10.50 plus tax.
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Exclusive of tax, was the total revenue from the sale of book X last week greater than $100?
(1) Last week more than 9 copies of book X were sold.
(2) Last week the revenue from the sale of each copy of book X was $10.50 plus tax.

FROM ONE ..INSUFF

FROM TWO ....INUSFF

BOTH FROM ONE WE HAVE THE NUBER OF BOOKS SOLD > 9

FROM TWO
10.5 IS SALES PRICE PER BOOK

BOTH TOGETHER REV = AT LEAST 10*10.5 = 105

mY ANSWER IS c it was greater
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New post 05 Oct 2006, 11:30
Yes yezz is correct.
It must be C and >100
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New post 05 Oct 2006, 13:55
OA is E, but i could not make it why?
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New post 05 Oct 2006, 15:21
Well E can only be right if in statment 2

plus tax ( means inclusive of tax).......and it would be a very not tricky but bad wording of a question.
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New post 05 Oct 2006, 20:53
E 2.

coz we dont know the tax rate.
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