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# Bicycle salesperson

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27 Jun 2009, 11:30
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As a bicycle salesperson, Norman earns a fixed salary of \$20 per week plus \$6 per bicycle for the first six bicycles he sells, \$12 per bicycle for the next six bicycles he sells, and \$18 per bicycle for every bicycle sold after the first 12. This week, Norman earned more than twice as much as he did last week. If he sold x bicycles last week and y bicycles this week, which of the following statements must be true?

I. y > 2x

II. y > x

III. y > 3

(A) I only
(B) II only
(C) I and II
(D) II and III
(E) I, II, and III

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27 Jun 2009, 16:46
Agreed. D

Most of those numbers are fluff. Question: Does the actual GMAT have question formats such as the one in the original post? It seems to be neither DS nor PS.
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27 Jun 2009, 17:45
topher wrote:
Most of those numbers are fluff. Question: Does the actual GMAT have question formats such as the one in the original post? It seems to be neither DS nor PS.

This is a problem solving question.

There is a good chance you may encounter a question of this format on the test. The OG and the Quant Review have at least 12 questions in this format. Also I have seen such questions on the GMAT Prep.

I am not sure about the source of this question but I remember seeing something similar on one of the GMAT Prep tests. I may be wrong.
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27 Jun 2009, 20:52
OA is D. Source of this question: Man CAT.

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