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# Data Insights Question of the Day

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Re: Data Insights Question of the Day [#permalink]
Is the ans to the first one Q1 2013

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is it by any chance the case that if you do good in one msr you get another one too??
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1.3% of the second median question?
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no. i’ll post the nas
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Yaa my bad, median will be 6th and 7th quarter. So average 0.9 and 1.1 ie 1%
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Re: Data Insights Question of the Day [#permalink]
Equilibrium point (10,5) will give you value of k from Demand curve given by P=k/Q or k=PQ=10*5=50. So we just require a and b, which are used only in supplu curve, so statement 2 is of no help. equilibrium point(10,5) substituted in supply curve equation will give one equation in a and b. We require another equation which is given by point (8,1) in statement 1. Thus statement I is sufficient...A

Discussed here... If any query you can ask for-a-given-city-the-graph-represents-the-daily-deviation-in-degrees-422528.html

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Both restaurants in downtown Rosemond-Sam’s Diner and the Main Street Cafe-offer a lunch special consisting of a sandwich, a dessert, and a drink for a set price. Which restaurant offers customers more choices for the lunch special? (1) The Main Street Café offers twice as many sandwich choices as Sam’s Diner. (2) Sam’s Diner has 2 more drink choices and 2 more dessert choices than the Main Street Café.

Combined..Main street has ways = 2a*x*y and Sam’s = a*(x+2)(y+2)....From this we cannot say which will be larger. say x and y are 2, then M=8a and S=16a..S>M. But say x=y=10, then M=200a while S=144a...M>S.....Answer is E
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This question is discussed here: economists-work-with-supply-and-demand-curves-that-show-the-price-p-428290.html

Can you please show the values of both dropdowns there? Thank you!

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Both restaurants in downtown Rosemond-Sam’s Diner and the Main Street Cafe-offer a lunch special consisting of a sandwich, a dessert, and a drink for a set price. Which restaurant offers customers more choices for the lunch special? (1) The Main Street Café offers twice as many sandwich choices as Sam’s Diner. (2) Sam’s Diner has 2 more drink choices and 2 more dessert choices than the Main Street Café.

Can you please post a screenshot of this question? Thank you!
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Re: Data Insights Question of the Day [#permalink]
For the 3 payments you just do (\$2000 + \$1000 + \$500) per balloon. And there 10 ballons so times it by 10 giving you \$35k. So 40k - 35K is 5k

same for 4 payments, you do (\$2000 + \$1000 + \$500 + \$250), multiplied by 10, giving you \$37.5K. 40k - 37.5k is 2.5K
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Bunuel wrote:
Can you please show the values of both dropdowns there? Thank you!
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curiousPope wrote:

Posted here: mchat.php?room_id=50050723 Thank you!

This question is discussed here: the-red-balloon-challenge-was-an-experiment-aimed-at-determining-how-420847.html

"The Red Balloon Challenge " one, that is.

curiousPope, can you also please post/show all values of the dropdowns for this question?
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@bunuel these are the values for that question
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What I mean is that the dropdowns usually have 3 to 5 options each. So, please provide those for them if you can. Thank you!
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Re: Data Insights Question of the Day [#permalink]
manrasingh wrote:

In the first sentence we need a synonym of irrespection, that is "whether or not". Similarly the second statement can be derived from the first statement of the question, so they can end in a draw only if paul jr has not played.
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manrasingh wrote:

1. Whether or not. 2. Only If
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OFFICIAL TEST QUESTION

by median method I’m getting two 50s and two 33.33s. how do I know which one wud be one. by mode metjod they are 1 and 2.
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