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Chloe, Jen and Patricia gave three tests in a row. Chloe’s score in he

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Chloe, Jen and Patricia gave three tests in a row. Chloe’s score in her first test is equal to the sum of Jen’s score in her first test and Patricia’s score in her second test. Chloe’ score in her third test is equal to the sum of scores obtained by Patricia in her third test and score obtained by Jen in her second test. Chloe got an equal score in all her three tests and the total score in all three tests is equal to the combined total obtained by Jen and Patricia in all the three tests.

If the scores obtained by Chloe, Jen and Patricia are added the resultant is p, what is the maximum score that Jen could get in her first test if none of the scores are negative?

A. p/2
B. p/3
C. p/4
D. p/6
E. p/8
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New post 26 Mar 2019, 11:39
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C1= J1 + P2
C3= J2+P3
C2=J3+P1
C1=C2=C3
As J1 needs to be maximized make P2 =0
hence C1=J1=C2=J2=C3=J3=P/6
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