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Re: How many basic units of currency X are equivalent to 250 basi
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21 Jun 2018, 12:42
Answer should be E right ? We can't find the relation if its a straight line or parabola or anything else? Even with both the statements included. Please help.
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21 Jun 2018, 13:05
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It is interesting to notice that both answer choices basically say the same, because statement two is a multiple of statement one (factor 20).
I am still choosing D, because a currency conversion is always a straight line. e.g. 1 EUR = 1,15 USD. Therefore, 2 EUR = 2,30 USD. The same reasoning applies to this question.
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21 Jun 2018, 21:29
Aadhitthyaa wrote:
Answer should be E right ? We can't find the relation if its a straight line or parabola or anything else? Even with both the statements included. Please help.
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I think in this case relation should be fairly simple and straight (line). If 'a' units of currency X are equal to 'b' units of currency Y, then 1 unit of currency X = b/a units of currency Y and 1 unit of currency Y = a/b units of currency X
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