sumit411 wrote:

lostin wrote:

Question has asked about largest lot size not the the all three lot size values.

I showed the same thing.

A and B can give different largest lot size

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GMAT Club Forum mobile app(1) The number of items in the largest lot is equal to the sum of the number of items of the other two lots.

lets say 3 lots are L1, L2, and L3 and L1 the is largest lot.

As per given condition -

L1+L2+L3 = 70

L1 = L2+L3

so L1 + L1 = 70

L1 = 35

St1 is sufficient to get L1 size.

Your stated example in St1. don't satisfy given condition.

50 is not equal to 10+10.

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