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# A tea company sells two brands of tea leaves, Brand A and Brand B.

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A tea company sells two brands of tea leaves, Brand A and Brand B.  [#permalink]

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06 Apr 2019, 05:51
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A tea company sells two brands of tea leaves, Brand A and Brand B. Both the brands of tea leaves consist of three types of tea leaves, types-I, II and III, but in different weights. The cost of a kilogram of a brand of tea leaves is given by the expression \$(100p+80q+50r), where p, q and r are the weights of type-I, II and III tea leaves respectively in 1 kilogram of that brand of tea leaves. Which of the two brands of tea leaves costs more?

I. The individual percentage weights of type-I and type-III tea leaves are greater in Brand A than in Brand B

II. The percentage weight of type-I tea leaves in Brands A and B is 40 percent and 20 percent respectively
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09 Apr 2019, 02:30
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