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Re: cow and pig problem [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2011, 03:49
So 40 are either P or C

C = 2P + k, where k is an integer

So P = 5, then C = 35 which is 10 + 25

P = 4, then C = 36 which is 8 + 28

So (1) is insufficient

From (2) we have p > 13, which is not sufficient as p can be 14, 15 etc. and C can be 26, 25, so (2) is insufficient

From (1) and (2), if P = 13, then C = 27 which is = 2*13 + 1, hence the answer is (C).
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Re: Pig and Cows [#permalink] New post 03 May 2011, 08:55
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Farm has 60 animals.
2/3 are either cows or pigs i.e. = 2/3*60=40

St 1--> Farm has more than twice as many cows as it has pigs.
i.e. C > 2p

if p = 1, C is 39
if p = 10, C is 30
You need a number to restrict P; not sufficient

St 2--> The farm has more than 12 pigs
P could be any number and therefore C could be any.

Combining both statements, P is restricted i.e. if you take P as 13, C is 27 (and satisfied C>2P)

if you take P as 14, C is 26 (but doesnt satisfy C > 2p)

i.e. you have P = 13 and C=27. Answer is C.
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Re: cow and pig problem [#permalink] New post 04 May 2011, 02:38
40 = P + C

C > 2P

C > 2(40 - C)

=> 3C > 80

=> C > 26

Not Sufficient


2)

P > 12

Not sufficient

(1) + (2)

C> 26 and P > 12

So C = 27, P = 13

Answer - C
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Re: 60 animals in a farm [#permalink] New post 07 May 2011, 14:13
Read the word 'more' in the 1st statement.

so there are total 40 animals that are either cow or pigs.
st - 1==> you can have 8 pigs and 32 cows OR 10 pigs and 30 cows OR 12 pigs and 28 cows OR 13 pigs and 27 cows ... so not sufficient.
st - 2 not sufficient ==> if pigs are more than 12 it could be that pigs are 13 or 14 or whatsoever ... and remaining cows.

if you consider together... basically you noticed that in st - 1, you need something to restrict # of pigs which is provided by st - 2.
so considering both, you can just have 1 case - pigs 13 and cows 27.
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Re: cow and pig problem [#permalink] New post 07 May 2011, 23:49
p+c = 40

a c> 2p means p = 1 ; c = 39 or p = 4 ; c = 36. Not sufficient.

b p>12 means p = 13 gives c = 27 or p = 14 gives c = 26. Not sufficient.

a+b only p = 13 and c = 27 fits for p+c = 40

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Re: cow and pig problem [#permalink] New post 08 May 2011, 12:25
p +c =40

c?

1. Not sufficient

c>2p
we dont know much about p.

2. Not sufficient

p>12
we could be any of the following

p c
13 27
14 26
15 25


Together , Its sufficient

as p = 13 and c=27 is the only combination that satisfies the given condition.

Answer is C.
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Re: ratios [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2012, 01:53
2/3 of the animals are cow and pigs = 40 animals = Pigs + Cows

according to 1) C > 2 P insuff
2) P > 12 insuff

from 1) & 2)
C > 24
i.e the possible combinations
C P
25 15
26 14
27 13 ==> this one satisfys both 1 & 2

Hence C
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Re: ratios [#permalink] New post 09 Jan 2012, 11:12
Rephrase: C + P = 40

1. C > 2P . Insuff
2. P > 12. insuff

Together, the only (C, P) combination that meets the sum is (13, 27). C
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Re: Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 2/3 are either cows or [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2012, 07:43
The question tells us that:
p + c = 40

Restrictions:
p and c must be non-negative integers. (We can't have -2 pigs or 1.5 cows.)

(1)
c > 2p

Let's say that c = 2p. Then:
p + c = 40
p + (2p) = 40
p = 13.33

If p were an integer greater than 13.33, then p + c would be greater than 40 (for example, if p = 14, then p + c > (14) + 2(14), p + c > 42). But p + c cannot be greater than 40, since the question says that p + c = 40. Therefore:
p < =13.33

Insufficient because p could be one of a number of non-negative integers less than 13.33 (for example, 13 or 2), and thus c could be one of a number of non-negative integers (c = 40 minus whatever p is).


(2)
p > 12

Insufficient because p could be one of a number of integers (for example, 13 or 39), and thus c could be one of a number of integers (c = 40 minus whatever p is).


(1) and (2) together are sufficient because:
(1) p <= 13.33
(2) p > 12
Therefore:
12 < p <= 13.33
p must equal 13 since 13 is the only integer that is greater than 12 and less than or equal to 13.33.
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Re: Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 2/3 are either cows or [#permalink] New post 08 Feb 2013, 06:01
HI all
I am facing little difficulty in interpretation of the question, My specifc doubts are:-
1. Here either or means C+p = 40 , since a pig cannot be a cow at the same time. What if the question had a scenario, where a case of both was possible.....should we consider c+p- both = 40 in that case. I am haveing a doubt with either or statement
2. In case of question stating "What was the number of cows", what should we infer that it requires number of only cow ie cow - both or only cow + both, i am facing difficulty......
3."I. The farm has more than twice as many cows as it has pigs "
Can we interpret this as 'For every pig there were more than twice cow" ie c/p>2/1

Pls help me in clearing my doubts...

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Re: cow and pig problem [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2013, 10:31
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40 = P + C

C > 2P

C > 2(40 - C)

=> 3C > 80

=> C > 26

Not Sufficient


2)

P > 12

Not sufficient

(1) + (2)

C> 26 and P > 12

So C = 27, P = 13

Answer - C


Hi Guys,

I thought this to be a very interesting approach - even better than picking numbers. But something is quite confusing when one tries to develop statement (1) and (2) together to find the solution. There isn't an algebraically proof? Is it pick numbers the only method? Here is my puzzle:

- Statement (1): Not sufficient
C > 26

- Statement (2): Not sufficient
P > 12

Or, substituting variables:

40 - C >12
C < 38

- Statement (1) and (2) together:

26 < C < 38 ----> ??? Why is this not the right approach?
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Re: cow and pig problem [#permalink] New post 11 Nov 2013, 00:33
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subhashghosh wrote:
40 = P + C

C > 2P

C > 2(40 - C)

=> 3C > 80

=> C > 26

Not Sufficient


2)

P > 12

Not sufficient

(1) + (2)

C> 26 and P > 12

So C = 27, P = 13

Answer - C


Hi Guys,

I thought this to be a very interesting approach - even better than picking numbers. But something is quite confusing when one tries to develop statement (1) and (2) together to find the solution. There isn't an algebraically proof? Is it pick numbers the only method? Here is my puzzle:

- Statement (1): Not sufficient
C > 26

- Statement (2): Not sufficient
P > 12

Or, substituting variables:

40 - C >12
C < 38

- Statement (1) and (2) together:

26 < C < 38 ----> ??? Why is this not the right approach?


From 40 - c > 12 you get c < 28 not c < 38. Thus when we combine we get 26<c<28 --> c=27.

Hope it helps.
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Re: Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 2/3 are either cows or [#permalink] New post 19 Mar 2014, 19:33
Could we add across inequalities as I did below? If not, when is it allowed to add across inequalities?
(1) c > 2p
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(2) p > 12
NS

(1) + (2)
c + p > 2p + 12
40 > 2p + 12
2p < 28
p < 14
Because (2) gives p > 12, with the above statement, p = 13 and we can solve for c.
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Re: Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 2/3 are either cows or [#permalink] New post 20 Mar 2014, 02:00
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Could we add across inequalities as I did below? If not, when is it allowed to add across inequalities?
(1) c > 2p
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(2) p > 12
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(1) + (2)
c + p > 2p + 12
40 > 2p + 12
2p < 28
p < 14
Because (2) gives p > 12, with the above statement, p = 13 and we can solve for c.
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Re: Word problem from GMATPrep (2) [#permalink] New post 29 Apr 2014, 02:03
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Question stem says that 2/3 of 60 are pigs or cows.
That means 40 animals are pigs or cows.
So all we need to have sufficiency is either number of pigs or number of cows.

1) Farm has more than 2 cows for 1 pig (at least 26.6 animals of the 40 are cows).
This just tells us that the farm has at least 27 pigs and that the max number of cows is 13.
For example the farm could have 30 pigs and 10 cows.
Not a definitive number. Insufficient.

2) Farm has more than 12 pigs. Again not enough info. Insuff

1+2) Statements together tell us:
12 < number of pigs is <=13
Which means number pigs = 13
Number of cows = 27.

ANSWER = C.


I do agree with 'yangsta8' that the answer is 'C' but (if I am NOT wrong), Stmnt#1 says the number of Cows are more than twice than the pigs. Thus, the cows could be 27 and Pigs could be 13; and For example, the farm could have 30 cows and 10 pigs.
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c+p=40

(1) c>2p --> min # of cows is 27 and max # pigs is 13, so there can be any combination not violating this and totaling 40. Not sufficient
(2) p>12 Not sufficient

(1)+(2) p>12 but max of p is 13, hence p=13 --> c=27

You are right there can be 27 cows (min) and 13 pigs (max) or 30 cows and 10 pigs.

Think there was simple typo from yangsta8.


Hi bunnel,

I need clarification here

2/3 are either pigs or cows

i am understanding (2/3)*60 = 40 (cows or pigs) how it can be c+p = 40 question is saying either cow or pig so this can be c or p but not C+P

Please clarify.

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Re: Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 2/3 are either cows or [#permalink] New post 29 Apr 2014, 02:43
Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 2/3 are either pigs or cows. How many of the animals are cows?

(1) The farm has more than twice as many cows as pigs

(2) The farm has more than 12 pigs


From question, it's given that

p+c = (2*60)/3 = 40

Statement 1

p>2c

c could 10, 8...
not sufficient

Statement 2

p>12
not sufficient

Combining both Statements
p>2c
and
p>12

We need to have at least 26 cows
And it's not possible.

Hence C.
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I need clarification here

2/3 are either pigs or cows

i am understanding (2/3)*60 = 40 (cows or pigs) how it can be c+p = 40 question is saying either cow or pig so this can be c or p but not C+P

Please clarify.

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40 animals are either pigs or cows, so out of 40 animals some are pigs and the rest are cows: p+c=40. How else?
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Re: Word problem from GMATPrep (2) [#permalink] New post 29 Apr 2014, 19:29
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2/3 are either pigs or cows

i am understanding (2/3)*60 = 40 (cows or pigs) how it can be c+p = 40 question is saying either cow or pig so this can be c or p but not C+P

Please clarify.

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If I may add, 40 are either pigs or cows does not mean that either all 40 are pigs or all 40 are cows. It means of all the 40, some are pigs and the rest are cows.

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What about the 20 extra animals ? Why can't they be cows or pigs as well within that set ? Nothing is mentioned about these 20 animals. We just know that 40 animals are either pigs or cows. Does anyone get my point ?

Having 13 pigs, 27 cows, and 20 other animals is a possiblity.

Having 14 pigs, 30 cows and 16 other animals is another possibility.


Following that logic, E is the right answer.
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Re: Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 2/3 are either cows or [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2014, 10:19
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What about the 20 extra animals ? Why can't they be cows or pigs as well within that set ? Nothing is mentioned about these 20 animals. We just know that 40 animals are either pigs or cows. Does anyone get my point ?

Having 13 pigs, 27 cows, and 20 other animals is a possiblity.

Having 14 pigs, 30 cows and 16 other animals is another possibility.


Following that logic, E is the right answer.


Of the 60 animals on a certain farm, 40 are either pigs or cows means that from the remaining 20 animals neither is either pig or cow.
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