Hi All,

This question essentially comes down to adding multiples of two numbers (although we do have to note that each $2 'option' is 1 rose and each $19 'option' is actually 12 roses). We're asked how many roses the florist sold.

1) The florist made $190.

$190 is an interesting number, as it's a multiple of both 2 and 19

IF the florist sold....

95 individual roses, then the total would be $190

10 dozen (re: 120) roses, then the total would be $190

So the answer could be 95 or 120

Fact 1 is INSUFFICIENT

2) The florist sold at least 95 roses.

The same options from Fact 1 ALSO fit Fact 2...

IF the florist sold....

95 individual roses, then the total would be $190

10 dozen (re: 120) roses, then the total would be $190

So the answer could be 95 or 120

Fact 2 is INSUFFICIENT

Combined, no extra work is required since we already have two examples that fit both Facts (and provide different answers).

Combined, INSUFFICIENT

Final Answer:

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