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At a garage sale, all of the prices of the items sold were

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05 Aug 2006, 08:07
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At a garage sale, all of the prices of the items sold were different. If the price of a radio sold at the garage sale was both the 15th highest price and the 20th lowest price among the prices of the items sold, how many items were sold at the garage sale?

A. 33
B. 34
C. 35
D. 36
E. 37
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05 Aug 2006, 10:20
B. 34

15th highest => 14 values greater than x
20th lowest => 19 values lower than x

Total = 14 + 19 + 1(x itself) = 34
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05 Aug 2006, 21:13
gmatornot wrote:
B. 34

15th highest => 14 values greater than x
20th lowest => 19 values lower than x

Total = 14 + 19 + 1(x itself) = 34

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