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A box contains p packages. Each package contains c containers and each

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A box contains p packages. Each package contains c containers and each container contains 500 pens. How many pens are contained in 2 boxes and 3 containers?

A. 1500000pc
B. 750000pc
C. 1000pc + 1500
D. 3c/(1000p)
E. 250/(pc)

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Re: A box contains p packages. Each package contains c containers and each [#permalink]

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New post 07 Jan 2017, 10:03
1box contains 500pc pens
2 boxes contain 1000pc pens.

3 containers contain 3*500 = 1500 pens

Total = 1000pc + 1500

Answer: C
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Re: A box contains p packages. Each package contains c containers and each [#permalink]

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Vyshak wrote:
1box contains 500pc pens
2 boxes contain 1000pc pens.

3 containers contain 3*500 = 1500 pens

Total = 1000pc + 1500

Answer: C



How did you assume that 1 box contains 500 pens? it is nowhere stated...
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Re: A box contains p packages. Each package contains c containers and each [#permalink]

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How did you assume that 1 box contains 500 pens? it is nowhere stated...



In this case, "pc" is referring to the variables Packages and Containers.. A bit confusing since it is a common abbreviation for pieces :)

1 Box = (# Packages in a box) * (# Containers in a package) * 500

2 Boxes = 2*p*c*500
2 Boxes = 1000pc

Plus 3 containers
Container = 500 units
3 Containers = 500 * 3 = 1500

Total of 2 Boxes and 3 Containers:

1000pc + (500)*3 = 1000pc+1500

Answer: C
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