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# A tough ds problem

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in a drug store,\$10 is enough to buy 5 cans of cola and 3 bottles of bear.is \$10 enough to buy 4 cans of cola and 5 bottles of bear?

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06 Feb 2007, 04:10
in a drug store,\$10 is enough to buy 5 cans of cola and 3 bottles of bear.is \$10 enough to buy 4 cans of cola and 5 bottles of bear?

CANS PRICE = 5X , BEAR PRICE = 3Y

10>= 5X+3Y IS 10>= 4X+5Y

START FROM HERE AND PLEASE REPOST THE FULL QUESTION

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06 Feb 2007, 09:43
the question as posted...i think the answer should be E...i dont understand what enough here means...is the cost of the cans and bottles exactly \$10 or something less...therefore I would say E...

I would request posters here to please do some due diligence when posting questions...I have noticed somewhat of a draw down of the quality in the quant forum...please make sure questions are correctly copied, are valid etc...

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# A tough ds problem

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