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In a certain international contest the winners received only gold and silver medals. In that contest, France received how many more medals than Spain did?

(1) If France were to give Spain half of its gold medals, and Spain were to give France half of its silver medals, then France would have a total of 26 more medals than Spain.

(2) If Spain were to give France half of its gold medals, and France were to give Spain half of its silver medals, then Spain would have a total of 22 more medals than France.

Which is the best approach to solve this "swap" questions? It seems like the question of Danny and its blue and red boxes...

In a certain international contest the winners received only gold and silver medals. In that contest, France received how many more medals than Spain did?

(1) If France were to give Spain half of its gold medals, and Spain were to give France half of its silver medals, then France would have a total of 26 more medals than Spain.

(2) If Spain were to give France half of its gold medals, and France were to give Spain half of its silver medals, then Spain would have a total of 22 more medals than France.

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01 Jul 2014, 10:44

In a certain international contest the winners received only gold and silver medals. In that contest, France received how many more medals than Spain did?

(1) If France were to give Spain half of its gold medals, and Spain were to give France half of its silver medals, then France would have a total of 26 more medals than Spain. (2) If Spain were to give France half of its gold medals, and France were to give Spain half of its silver medals, then Spain would have a total of 22 more medals than France.

In a certain international contest the winners received only gold and silver medals. In that contest, France received how many more medals than Spain did?

(1) If France were to give Spain half of its gold medals, and Spain were to give France half of its silver medals, then France would have a total of 26 more medals than Spain. (2) If Spain were to give France half of its gold medals, and France were to give Spain half of its silver medals, then Spain would have a total of 22 more medals than France.

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04 Nov 2014, 21:56

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In a certain international contest the winners received only gold and silver medals. In that contest, France received how many more medals than Spain did?

(1) If France were to give Spain half of its gold medals, and Spain were to give France half of its silver medals, then France would have a total of 26 more medals than Spain.

(2) If Spain were to give France half of its gold medals, and France were to give Spain half of its silver medals, then Spain would have a total of 22 more medals than France.

Which is the best approach to solve this "swap" questions? It seems like the question of Danny and its blue and red boxes...

C. please refer to the image.

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