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How many people visited a certain museum in 2003?

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How many people visited a certain museum in 2003?

(1) In 2003, four times as many people visited the museum as in 2002.

(2) In its first year of operation, 1985, 3000 people visited the museum.

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How many people visited a certain museum in 2003?

(1) In 2003, four times as many people visited the museum as in 2002.

(2) In its first year of operation, 1985, 3000 people visited the museum.


1. suppose 10 people visited in 2002 ---> 40 people visited in 2003
If 20 people visited in 2002----->80 people visited in 2003

So not sufficient

2.3000 people visited in first year ,1985.
No link to the number of visitors in subsequent years after first year.

together we cannot conclude anything since there isnt a function connecting number of visitors and the age of museum. Not sure if we can assume from the first statement that the number of visitors multiplies by 4 times the previous year.

So going with option E
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