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# Certificates Sales in a BookStore

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Each gift certificate sold yesterday by a certain bookstore cost either \$10 or \$50. If yesterday the bookstore sold more than 5 gift certificates that cost \$50 each, what was the total number of gift certificates sold yesterday by the bookstore?

(1) Yesterday the bookstore sold fewer than 10 gift certificates that cost \$10 each.
(2) The total cost of gift certificates sold yesterday by the bookstore was \$460.
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06 Feb 2019, 06:03
jaygummers wrote:
Each gift certificate sold yesterday by a certain bookstore cost either \$10 or \$50. If yesterday the bookstore sold more than 5 gift certificates that cost \$50 each, what was the total number of gift certificates sold yesterday by the bookstore?

(1) Yesterday the bookstore sold fewer than 10 gift certificates that cost \$10 each.
(2) The total cost of gift certificates sold yesterday by the bookstore was \$460.

Discussed here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/each-gift-ce ... 40246.html In case of questions, please post there. Hope it helps.

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