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Does Jack has 2/3 more pens than David has? (1) The number of pens Da

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Does Jack has 2/3 more pens than David has?

(1) The number of pens David has is 60 percent of the number of pens Jack has.
(2) The number of pens Jack has is 166.67% percent of the number of pens David has


Question: Does Jack has 2/3 more pens than David has?

Question REPHRASED: Does Jack > 1.67* David?

Statement 1: The number of pens David has is 60 percent of the number of pens Jack has.

David = 0.6 * Jack
i.e. Jack = (1/0.6) David

i.e. Jack = 1.67 David
i.e. Answer to the question is NO as Jack is not greater than 1.67*David, It is Equal to 1.67*David hence

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Statement 2: The number of pens Jack has is 166.67% percent of the number of pens David has

i.e. Jack = 1.67 David
i.e. Answer to the question is NO as Jack is not greater than 1.67*David, It is Equal to 1.67*David hence

SUFFICIENT

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