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For positive integers p, q, and r, what is the ratio of p to the sum

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For positive integers p, q, and r, what is the ratio of p to the sum of q and r?

(1) The average of p, q, and r is 6p.
(2) p = 24

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IMO Option A.
Using the first sentence
p+q+r=18p
q+r= 17 p
p/q+r= p/17p=1/17.The first statement is sufficient.
The second statement is not sufficient because it gives only value of p.Th
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