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An assembly machine produces 2,000 units of product per hour. Working 15 hours each day, another machine, thrice as efficient, will produce how many units of the same product in 10 days?

(A) 90,000
(B) 100,000
(C) 200,000
(D) 600,000
(E) 900,000

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An assembly machine produces 2,000 units of product per hour. Working 15 hours each day, another machine, thrice as efficient, will produce how many units of the same product in 10 days?

(A) 90,000
(B) 100,000
(C) 200,000
(D) 600,000
(E) 900,000


Assembly Machine A produces 2000 units in one hour. So in 15 hours,it will produce 2000*15 = 30,000 units.
Similarly Assembly machine B being thrice as efficient will produce 30,000*3=90,000 units in 15 hours per day.
In 10 days, Machine B will therefore produce 90,000*10=900,000 units in 10 days.

Thus,E is the correct answer choice.
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