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# warehouse W's revenue from the sale of sofas was what

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warehouse W's revenue from the sale of sofas was what [#permalink]  08 Oct 2007, 16:51
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warehouse W's revenue from the sale of sofas was what percent greater this year than it was last year?

st1-warehouse w sold 10 percent more sofas this year than it did last year.
st2-warehouse w's selling price per sofa was \$30 greater this year than it was last year.
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Re: DS %s [#permalink]  08 Oct 2007, 19:50
young_gun wrote:
warehouse W's revenue from the sale of sofas was what percent greater this year than it was last year?

st1-warehouse w sold 10 percent more sofas this year than it did last year.
st2-warehouse w's selling price per sofa was \$30 greater this year than it was last year.

Another for E,

to answer the question we need to know either percent change in BOTH price and quantity (revenue=price x quantity) or exact values of prices and quantities.
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Re: DS %s [#permalink]  08 Oct 2007, 21:46
young_gun wrote:
warehouse W's revenue from the sale of sofas was what percent greater this year than it was last year?

st1-warehouse w sold 10 percent more sofas this year than it did last year.
st2-warehouse w's selling price per sofa was \$30 greater this year than it was last year.

This can quickly be deduced to either C or E.

Now lets say S=# of sofas and P= price

So R should equal S(P)

For this year the equation R=1.10S(P+33)

From this we don't really get any info.

So I say E.
Re: DS %s   [#permalink] 08 Oct 2007, 21:46
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