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# Each person on a committee with 40 members voted for exactl

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3.22. Each person on a committee with 40 members voted for exactly one of 3 candidates, F, G, or H. Did Candidate F receive the most votes from the 40 votes cast?
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03 Oct 2006, 05:51

because knowing that F received 11 votes, then one of G and H must have more than 11, therefore SUFF
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03 Oct 2006, 20:58
Cud u plzz post ur explanations .....

I guess i cud learn frm ur logic..
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03 Oct 2006, 22:13
Raghavender wrote:
Cud u plzz post ur explanations .....

I guess i cud learn frm ur logic..

A 2.

1) means that F receives 11, then 29 is left. then either G or H will receive more than 14 votes. so the answer is definitely no. 1 is sufficient.

2). if H receive 14. F can get 15 and G can get 11. this case, F has most.
if H receive 14, F can get 10 and G can get 16. here, F does not have the most. hence 2 is not sufficient.
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05 Oct 2006, 20:57
Thanks for the explanation tennis_ball...

That was a silly mistake to make on my part...
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05 Oct 2006, 21:04
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Statement 1:

Statement 2:
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