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Shipping cost of something is defined like that: when the

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Shipping cost of something is defined like that: when the [#permalink] New post 06 May 2006, 03:46
Shipping cost of something is defined like that: when the value is x<=100, cost is $3; when 100<x<=500, cost is D=(200+x)/100; when x>500, cost is $7. Now, someone shipped 2 batches of goods. Is the total value greater than 499?

1) One of the costs is $3
2) The total cost is $10
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 [#permalink] New post 17 May 2006, 11:38
B it is.

stmt 1 is insuff since we don't know the shipping cost of the second object.
stmt 2 is Suff. Since total cost is $10. If one othe cost is $3 then the other one is $7 that means its >500. Lets say if its $4 +$6, still using the given formula the prices have to be over 499.
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