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Incomplete table [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2008, 03:48
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Re: Incomplete table [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2008, 04:14
Capthan wrote:
Please explain an easy and fast way to solve this problem
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I think the answer to this one is 6.

here is why i say it

each of the 6 teams in the league played each of the other teams exactly twice -- therefore there will be 30 matches that will be played

Team A B C D E put together have won 24 matches so team X should have won 6 matches

Having said that m just curios to know whether my aproach and answer is correct

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Re: Incomplete table [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2008, 04:44
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Capthan wrote:
Please explain an easy and fast way to solve this problem
thanks



I think the answer to this one is 6.

here is why i say it

each of the 6 teams in the league played each of the other teams exactly twice -- therefore there will be 30 matches that will be played

Team A B C D E put together have won 24 matches so team X should have won 6 matches

Having said that m just curios to know whether my aproach and answer is correct

comments solicited


Here it is :)
since there are 6 teams A B C D E X
Total no of games played will be (5+4+3+2+1)*2
=30
total number of games won by all the other teams = 4+7+9+2+2 =24
hence games won by x=30-24=6

cheers !
Re: Incomplete table   [#permalink] 01 Jun 2008, 04:44
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