vdhawan1 wrote:

I think C is the only straight forward answer here

what is the OA for this one

prasannar wrote:

C for me

How many shirts did Mark purchase during the sale?

We need the total amount/ unit price= #

Stmt-> (1) The regular price of each of the shirts that Mark purchased during the sale was $21.50. Insuff

(2) The total of the prices for all the shirts that Mark purchased during the sale was $129.00.

Stmt-2 insufficient since we have two unknowns

combining 1&2 we can solve the problem thus C

With your general reasoning and with my work already overload

, I still not figure out the OA!

Here is my reasoning:

1. x is number of shirts she buy with regular price

2. y is number of shirts she buy with 1/2 regular price.

Question asks x+y=?

So, from statement1: x*21.5 +y*21.5/2 =...? so not suff

from the statement2: x*21.5 +y*21.5/2 = 129, so stil not suff

Comebine state 1 and 2 still not help! so E, help me out what wrong with my reasoning! Thanks!

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