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Amy wrote 320 pages (rounded to nearest tens) in 20 days (rounded to n

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Amy wrote 320 pages (rounded to nearest tens) in 20 days (rounded to nearest tens). On an average, the number of pages ‘x’ that Amy wrote per day must have been between -


A. 315/25≤x≤325/15
B. 315/15<x<325/25
C. 315/24≤x≤324/15
D. 320/25<x<320/15
E. 315/20<x<325/20
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kiran120680 wrote:
Amy wrote 320 pages (rounded to nearest tens) in 20 days (rounded to nearest tens). On an average, the number of pages ‘x’ that Amy wrote per day must have been between -


A. 315/25≤x≤325/15
B. 315/15<x<325/25
C. 315/24≤x≤324/15
D. 320/25<x<320/15
E. 315/20<x<325/20



320 pages (rounded to nearest tens) - means 315 to 324
20 days (rounded to nearest tens) - means 15 to 24

Average is pages /days..
Max average will be (max pages)/(least days)=\(\frac{324}{15}\)
Min average will be (min pages)/(max days)=\(\frac{315}{24}\)

The range, therefore, is \(\frac{315}{24}\)≤x≤\(\frac{324}{15}\)

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kiran120680 wrote:
Amy wrote 320 pages (rounded to nearest tens) in 20 days (rounded to nearest tens). On an average, the number of pages ‘x’ that Amy wrote per day must have been between -


A. 315/25≤x≤325/15
B. 315/15<x<325/25
C. 315/24≤x≤324/15
D. 320/25<x<320/15
E. 315/20<x<325/20


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