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CMAT scores are calculated as per the following rule 1) Raw score is c

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CMAT scores are calculated as per the following rule
1) Raw score is calculated by formula 9*Q + 7*V, where Q is Quant score and V is Verbal score
2) Raw score is rounded to the nearest multiple of 10 to obtain final score in CMAT

Is CMAT final score of Brian > 700?

1) Brian got Quant score of 50
2) Brian's score in Verbal is 20% more than 2/3 of Quant score

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New post 17 Dec 2017, 06:10
Should be C.
From the 1st statement, we get that Q=50. But we have no information about V and hence can't find out the raw score. Thus, insufficient.
From the 2nd statement, we are given than V=(1/5)(2/3)Q
However, we have no information about neither if their actual values. Thus, insufficient to find the raw score.
Combining 1 and 2, we can find the raw score. Hence, C

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New post 17 Dec 2017, 06:27
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Should be C.
From the 1st statement, we get that Q=50. But we have no information about V and hence can't find out the raw score. Thus, insufficient.
From the 2nd statement, we are given than V=(1/5)(2/3)Q
However, we have no information about neither if their actual values. Thus, insufficient to find the raw score.
Combining 1 and 2, we can find the raw score. Hence, C

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I think this is a small miscalculation in highlighted part. The calculation should be as follows

V = (1/5)(2/3)Q + (2/3)Q
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roykabir772 wrote:
Should be C.
From the 1st statement, we get that Q=50. But we have no information about V and hence can't find out the raw score. Thus, insufficient.
From the 2nd statement, we are given than V=(1/5)(2/3)Q
However, we have no information about neither if their actual values. Thus, insufficient to find the raw score.
Combining 1 and 2, we can find the raw score. Hence, C

Cheers,
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I think this is a small miscalculation in highlighted part. The calculation should be as follows

V = (1/5)(2/3)Q + (2/3)Q

Yes sorry. The equation should have been V=(1.2)(2/3)Q

Thanks for pointing it out, @GMATinsight.


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