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Susan's credit card number is 16 digits long. How many times

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Susan's credit card number is 16 digits long. How many times does the digit 4 occur in it?

S1. The arithmetic mean of the 16 digits in the credit card number is 4.75

S2. The range of the 16 digits is 1
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jul 2005, 21:09
but how are we sure that it ever occurs? I'll go with E.
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jul 2005, 22:34
C seems ok because range is given..
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jul 2005, 06:09
OA is C

Range = 1 and Average = 4.75 implies that each digit is either a 4 or a 5.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jul 2005, 14:31
AJB77 wrote:
OA is C

Range = 1 and Average = 4.75 implies that each digit is either a 4 or a 5.

plz AJB77 :)
:? can you explain me why the range = 1 and Average = 4.75 implies that each digit is either a 4 or a 5.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Jul 2005, 15:47
Mandy,

Can you construct a set of integers whose range is 1 and average = 4.75 that has a number other than 4 or 5?
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Jul 2005, 18:03
rthothad wrote:
C

x*4 + (16-x)*5 = 76
x = 4


Well I thought E ....But guys you really thought well.....
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Re: DS - Credit card [#permalink] New post 21 Jul 2005, 14:07
HowManyToGo wrote:
AJB77 wrote:
Susan's credit card number is 16 digits long. How many times does the digit 4 occur in it?

S1. The arithmetic mean of the 16 digits in the credit card number is 4.75

S2. The range of the 16 digits is 1


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12 times.

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plz HowManyToGo can you explain how you come to 12 TIMES
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2005, 19:54
The arithmetic mean of the 16 digits in the credit card number is 4.75

=> the total of the 16 digits is: 16 x 4.75 = 76

The range is 1, => only 4 and 5 are allowed

suppose all of them are 4, then we get the total:

16 x 4 = 64 => so we cannot have all 16 digits being 4

76 - 64 = 12 => we need to have exactly 12 of them being 5

so that: 4x4 + 12x5 = 76 = 4.75 x 16
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Jul 2005, 03:06
agree with C.
Another approach would be to see that the difference between 4 - 5 is 1 composed by 16 digits. Since the mean is 4.75 , this means that 75% of the digits are 5 and 25% are 4 ( thus 4 x 4 ) .
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