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At a street fair, a concessionaire sold both bracelets and necklaces.

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At a street fair, a concessionaire sold both bracelets and necklaces. How much money did she take in on the sale of the bracelets?

(1) She took in a total of $540 on the sale of bracelets and necklaces.

(2) She took in $12 for each of the 25 necklaces she sold.
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Re: At a street fair, a concessionaire sold both bracelets and necklaces. [#permalink]

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New post 30 Jan 2018, 23:11
answer is C

1) just total amount is given.

2) using 2, she has taken 300 for necklaces
nothing about bracelet is given

using both we can find how much is taken for bracelets
i.e 540-300= 240
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Re: At a street fair, a concessionaire sold both bracelets and necklaces.   [#permalink] 30 Jan 2018, 23:11
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