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A seller of used cars has 16 cars to sell and each of his

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A seller of used cars has 16 cars to sell and each of his clients selected 4 cars that he liked most. If each car was selected exactly thrice, how many clients visited the garage?


(A)8
(B)10
(C)12
(D)14
(E)16
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A seller of used cars has 16 cars to sell and each of his clients selected 4 cars that he liked most. If each car was selected exactly thrice, how many clients visited the garage?


(A)8
(B)10
(C)12
(D)14
(E)16


Since each client selected 4 cars and each cars was selected thrice therefore total clients came = \(\frac{16*3}{4}=12\)

hence C
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A seller of used cars has 16 cars to sell and each of his clients selected 4 cars that he liked most. If each car was selected exactly thrice, how many clients visited the garage?


(A)8
(B)10
(C)12
(D)14
(E)16

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16 cars each thrice = 48 times
Each client selected 4 cars, So clients = 48/4 = 12
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guerrero25 wrote:
A seller of used cars has 16 cars to sell and each of his clients selected 4 cars that he liked most. If each car was selected exactly thrice, how many clients visited the garage?


(A)8
(B)10
(C)12
(D)14
(E)16


If No car is selected more than once then the number of clients = 16/4 = 4

But since every car is being selected three times so No. of Clients must be thrice as well = 4*3 = 12

Answer: option C
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First the total number of selections is 16 cars x 3 choices = 48.

Then, 48 chioces / 4 choices per person = 12 people
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