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From Leland's gross pay of p dollas last week, t percent was

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From Leland's gross pay of p dollas last week, t percent was deducted for taxes and then s dollars was deducted for savings. What amount of Leland's gross pay last week remainded after these two deduction?
(1) p-t= 244
(2) pt= 7,552
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From Leland's gross pay of p dollas last week, t percent was deducted for taxes and then s dollars was deducted for savings. What amount of Leland's gross pay last week remainded after these two deduction?
(1) p-t= 244
(2) pt= 7,552
Help me, thanks lot!



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both statements don't give the value of s
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fiesta wrote:
From Leland's gross pay of p dollas last week, t percent was deducted for taxes and then s dollars was deducted for savings. What amount of Leland's gross pay last week remainded after these two deduction?
(1) p-t= 244
(2) pt= 7,552
Help me, thanks lot!



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both statements don't give the value of s


agree, though i think there's a typo somewhere...
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New post 31 Jul 2008, 08:23
sory typo, so it is easy one. he he p-s=... not p-t
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New post 31 Jul 2008, 09:22
fiesta wrote:
sory typo, so it is easy one. he he p-s=... not p-t

Still I will go for E..

Question :
What amount of Leland's gross pay last week remainded after these two deduction?
ie.s p-t-s=????

(1) p-s= 244
(2) pt= 7,552

we have 3 vaiables and two questions..

Will go for E..

what is OA?
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From Leland's gross pay of p dollas last week, t percent was deducted for taxes and then s dollars was deducted for savings. What amount of Leland's gross pay last week remainded after these two deduction?
(1) p-t= 244
(2) pt= 7,552
Help me, thanks lot!


I will go C

(1) p - s = 244
(2) pt = 7,552

Net pay = p - (t/100)p - s = p - pt/100 - s

(A) Insuff
Net pay = 244 - pt/100

(B) Insuff
Net pay = p - s - 7552/100

(C) Suff
Net pay = 244 - 7552/100
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fiesta wrote:
From Leland's gross pay of p dollas last week, t percent was deducted for taxes and then s dollars was deducted for savings. What amount of Leland's gross pay last week remainded after these two deduction?
(1) p-t= 244
(2) pt= 7,552
Help me, thanks lot!


I will go C

(1) p - s = 244
(2) pt = 7,552

Net pay = p - (t/100)p - s = p - pt/100 - s

(A) Insuff
Net pay = 244 - pt/100

(B) Insuff
Net pay = p - s - 7552/100

(C) Suff
Net pay = 244 - 7552/100


You rock.. I missed the t % part..( I overlooked and thought dollars)
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yes, OA is C. My mistake is similar to x2suresh's, so at first I picked E. But read carefully, the question becomes easy.
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yes, OA is C. My mistake is similar to x2suresh's, so at first I picked E. But read carefully, the question becomes easy.


THere is no mention of value of s anywhere so ho w will u calculate amt that remained
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zoinnk wrote:
fiesta wrote:
From Leland's gross pay of p dollas last week, t percent was deducted for taxes and then s dollars was deducted for savings. What amount of Leland's gross pay last week remainded after these two deduction?
(1) p-t= 244
(2) pt= 7,552
Help me, thanks lot!


I will go C

(1) p - s = 244
(2) pt = 7,552

Net pay = p - (t/100)p - s = p - pt/100 - s

(A) Insuff
Net pay = 244 - pt/100

(B) Insuff
Net pay = p - s - 7552/100

(C) Suff
Net pay = 244 - 7552/100

whats the condition (1) p-s or p-t since if this changes then evaluation changes
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