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# What is the value of x? (1) When x is multiplied by 8, and

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What is the value of x?
(1) When x is multiplied by 8, and the result is between 50 and 60?
(2) When x is doubled, the result is between 10 and 15.
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16 Mar 2008, 11:23
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first tempted to say A. But realized immediately that the question didn't say that x is an integer. And both the conditions individually or combined doesn't satisfy any single fraction.
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16 Mar 2008, 11:28
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From both stats, you can just come up with a range. careful to realize that x doesnt have to be an integer.
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