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# Linda, Robert and Pat packed a certain number of boxes with

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Linda, Robert and Pat packed a certain number of boxes with [#permalink]  23 Aug 2010, 12:49
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Linda, Robert and Pat packed a certain number of boxes with books. What is the ration of the number of books that Robert packed to the number of books that PAt packed?

1 Linda packed 30% of all the boxes
2 Robert packed 10 boxes more than Pat.

A good question to share.

Please can somebody tell me the rank of this question I find it pretty easy and my collegue told me it is a 600+ question
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Re: not bad [#permalink]  23 Aug 2010, 16:02
mehdiov wrote:
Linda, Robert and Pat packed a certain number of boxes with books. What is the ration of the number of books that Robert packed to the number of books that PAt packed?

1 Linda packed 30% of all the boxes
2 Robert packed 10 boxes more than Pat.

A good question to share.

Please can somebody tell me the rank of this question I find it pretty easy and my collegue told me it is a 600+ question

Answer is E. Since the relationship between the boxes and the books is not established in the question.

Not sure of the rank of this question. Maybe a sub-600 category question.
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Re: not bad [#permalink]  23 Aug 2010, 19:34
E

I would say below 550 - 600
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Re: not bad [#permalink]  08 Sep 2010, 01:35
Should be E.

1) Not sure if there are boxes which are not packed.
2) No definition of ratio can be derived.
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Re: not bad [#permalink]  08 Sep 2010, 09:17
mehdiov wrote:
Linda, Robert and Pat packed a certain number of boxes with books. What is the ration of the number of books that Robert packed to the number of books that PAt packed?

1 Linda packed 30% of all the boxes
2 Robert packed 10 boxes more than Pat.

A good question to share.

Please can somebody tell me the rank of this question I find it pretty easy and my collegue told me it is a 600+ question

I would say it is some where between 500- 600. I could be wrong though..
Re: not bad   [#permalink] 08 Sep 2010, 09:17
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