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# 5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight from lightest to

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5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight from lightest to [#permalink]

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5 boxes are
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in a stack by weight from lightest to heaviest. The heaviest box weighs x kg and then [strike]next[/strike]heaviest weighs x less than the
Edit: heaviest
box and the next heaviest box weighs x−x less than the next heaviest, and so on. If the heaviest box weighs 10kg, approximately what percent less weight is the lightest box than the heaviest one?

A 30
B 40
C 50
D 60
E 70
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Manager
Joined: 12 May 2012
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Concentration: General Management, Operations
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Kudos [?]: 96 [0], given: 14

Re: Word problem from GC test [#permalink]

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07 Jun 2012, 09:20
manulath wrote:
5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight from lightest to heaviest. The heaviest box weighs x kg and then next heaviest weighs x less than the heaviest box and the next heaviest box weighs x−x less than the next heaviest, and so on. If the heaviest box weighs 10kg, approximately what percent less weight is the lightest box than the heaviest one?

A 30
B 40
C 50
D 60
E 70

[Reveal] Spoiler:
OA = 30 = A

The question is as it appeared in my test.
I was unable to understand the question - what is it trying to say
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Re: Word problem from GC test [#permalink]

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07 Jun 2012, 12:23
manulath wrote:
5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight from lightest to heaviest. The heaviest box weighs x kg and then next heaviest weighs x less than the heaviest box and the next heaviest box weighs x−x less than the next heaviest, and so on. If the heaviest box weighs 10kg, approximately what percent less weight is the lightest box than the heaviest one?

A 30
B 40
C 50
D 60
E 70

[Reveal] Spoiler:
OA = 30 = A

From where did you got this problem. you seem to type wrong.
x - x = 0, then weight is 0
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Re: 5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight from lightest to [#permalink]

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07 Jun 2012, 12:29
manulath wrote:
5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight from lightest to heaviest. The heaviest box weighs x kg and then next heaviest weighs x less than the heaviest box and the next heaviest box weighs x−x less than the next heaviest, and so on. If the heaviest box weighs 10kg, approximately what percent less weight is the lightest box than the heaviest one?

A 30
B 40
C 50
D 60
E 70

This question is removed from the tests. So, don't worry about it.
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Re: 5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight from lightest to   [#permalink] 07 Jun 2012, 12:29
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