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Baten80 wrote: If 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. If 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert, what percent of guest ordered coffee?Assume there were 100 guests on the banquet. So we have that 75 of them ordered dessert. (1) 60% of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee > 0.6*75=45 guests ordered both dessert AND coffee, but we still don't know how many guests ordered coffee. Not sufficient. (2) 90% of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert > 0.9*(coffee) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee. Not sufficient. (1)+(2) From (1) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee is 45 and from (2) 0.9*(coffee)=45 > (coffee)=50. Sufficient. Answer: C.
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Baten80 wrote: IF 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. In questions involving sets, venn diagrams can be used. They tend to make questions simple. We need to find the % of total guests (G) who ordered coffee (C). So we want C in terms of G. Given D = 75% of G 1. 60% of D ordered coffee too Attachment:
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From the diagram, we see that we do not know what % people ordered only coffee. 2. 90% of C ordered Dessert too. Attachment:
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From the diagram, we see that we do not know what % people ordered only coffee. Using both the statements, we see that 60% * 75% * G = 90% * C Since we get C in terms of G, this is sufficient. Answer (C)
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Let there be 100 guests 75 guests ordered Dessert and 60% of 75 = 60/100 * 75 = 45 guests ordered coffee also, but there could be other people from remainig 25 who didn't order dessert (they might or might not have ordered dessert) So (1) is not suff Let x guests order coffee, 0.9x ordered dessert too, but we don't know x, so (2) is not sufficient However, taking (1) and (2) together, 45 = 0.9x, so the answer is C.
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Let x be the number of people who chose dessert. Let y be the number of people who chose coffee Let z be the number of people who chose neither dessert nor coffee Given: x=0.75T T = x+y+zStmt 1) 0.6x chose coffee. But nothing is known about y or z. INSUFFStmt 2) 0.9y chose dessert. But nothing is given about x or z. INSUFFCombining (1) and (2) 0.6x=0.9y Thus 0.6*0.75T = 0.9y Which gives us y=0.5T Or y=50%. SUFFANS: C
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Hey Bunuel,
What mistake am I making?
A # of people who order desert B # of people who order coffee AnB  # of people who order both dessert and coffe
Given: A=75 Statement 1: AnB=.6*70=45 Given that we know AuB=A+BAnB
100=75+B45 > B=75. Hence statement 1 should be sufficient.
What am I doing wrong here!!!?? So confused? Please help. Thank you!
When I solve this problem by using the 2x2 grid, its obvious that there is not enough information. But when I try to just use the formula it gives me suffient info.



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alphabeta1234 wrote: Hey Bunuel,
What mistake am I making?
A # of people who order desert B # of people who order coffee AnB  # of people who order both dessert and coffe
Given: A=75 Statement 1: AnB=.6*70=45 Given that we know AuB=A+BAnB
100=75+B45 > B=75. Hence statement 1 should be sufficient.
What am I doing wrong here!!!?? So confused? Please help. Thank you!
When I solve this problem by using the 2x2 grid, its obvious that there is not enough information. But when I try to just use the formula it gives me suffient info. Do you know how many ordered neither? We cannot say that AuB = 100.
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How do we be sure that there are only desert & coffee and in offering? Why is answer not E.
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What if there were certain guests who ordered neither coffee nor dessert ? Would the answer be E in that case?



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Let D be the event that somebody order the dessert, let C be the event that somebody ordered coffee. From Bayes' Theorem, P(CD)= P(C)*P(DC)/P(D) and so P(C)= P(CD)*P(D) / P(DC). P(D)=.75 is given.
1. "60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee." => P(CD)=.6. Not sufficient. 2. "90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert." => P(DC)=.9. Not sufficient. 1 and 2: P(C)= P(CD)*P(D) / P(DC) = .6*.75/.9 = .5. Sufficient.
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shekharverma wrote: What if there were certain guests who ordered neither coffee nor dessert ? Would the answer be E in that case? We have already taken into account that there could be some people who ordered neither. In fact, if you see the answer you get, 75% ordered dessert, 50% ordered coffee and 45% ordered both. This means that 75 + 50  45 = 80% people ordered at least one of dessert and coffee. The rest of the 20% people ordered neither dessert nor coffee. They could have ordered something else or nothing  it doesn't matter to us. The answer remains (C). From both the statements, we see that 45% of all = 90% of C which means C is half of all. Hence C = 50%. Our questions asks the % of all who ordered coffee. We get that as 50%. We are not concerned about the remaining people.
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Bunuel wrote: Baten80 wrote: IF 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. IF 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert, what percent of guest ordered coffee? Assume there were 100 guests on the banquet. So we have that 75 of them ordered dessert. (1) 60% of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee > 0.45*75=45 guests ordered both dessert AND coffee, but we still don't know how many guests ordered coffee. Not sufficient. (2) 90% of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert > 0.9*(coffee) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee. Not sufficient. (1)+(2) From (1) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee is 45 and from (2) 0.9*(coffee)=45 > (coffee)=50. Sufficient. Answer: C. Hi Just to clear a major fundamental misunderstanding I have here  why didn't we use the formula method to solve this problem?So: Total guests=Coffee + Dessert  Both (a) Let guests be 100. Hence dessert =75. From (1), Both = 45 Hence from equation (a) Coffee should = 30.. I know this is wrong, but I need someone to pinpoint why my approach is wrong here Thanks guys



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deliverance wrote: Bunuel wrote: Baten80 wrote: IF 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. IF 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert, what percent of guest ordered coffee? Assume there were 100 guests on the banquet. So we have that 75 of them ordered dessert. (1) 60% of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee > 0.45*75=45 guests ordered both dessert AND coffee, but we still don't know how many guests ordered coffee. Not sufficient. (2) 90% of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert > 0.9*(coffee) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee. Not sufficient. (1)+(2) From (1) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee is 45 and from (2) 0.9*(coffee)=45 > (coffee)=50. Sufficient. Answer: C. Hi Just to clear a major fundamental misunderstanding I have here  why didn't we use the formula method to solve this problem?So: Total guests=Coffee + Dessert  Both (a) Let guests be 100. Hence dessert =75. From (1), Both = 45 Hence from equation (a) Coffee should = 30.. I know this is wrong, but I need someone to pinpoint why my approach is wrong here Thanks guys It should be {Total}={Coffee}+{Dessert}{Both}+{Neither}. Since we don't know how many of the guests ordered neither coffee nor dessert we cannot calculate the number of guests who ordered coffee based on the info from (1). Check Karishma's post above about the same issue: if75ofguestatacertainbanquetordereddessertwhat109889.html#p1101532
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VeritasPrepKarishma wrote: Baten80 wrote: IF 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. In questions involving sets, venn diagrams can be used. They tend to make questions simple. We need to find the % of total guests (G) who ordered coffee (C). So we want C in terms of G. Given D = 75% of G 1. 60% of D ordered coffee too Attachment: The attachment Ques1.jpg is no longer available From the diagram, we see that we do not know what % people ordered only coffee. 2. 90% of C ordered Dessert too. Attachment: The attachment Ques2.jpg is no longer available From the diagram, we see that we do not know what % people ordered only coffee. Using both the statements, we see that 60% * 75% * G = 90% * C Since we get C in terms of G, this is sufficient. Answer (C) But Karishma, if we assume that sample is 100(since finally we need to calculate only percentage), so dessert 75% = 75 and 60% of 75% = 45 Please check this image this is how Venn diagram will come out download/file2.php?id=21119
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honchos wrote: VeritasPrepKarishma wrote: Baten80 wrote: IF 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. In questions involving sets, venn diagrams can be used. They tend to make questions simple. We need to find the % of total guests (G) who ordered coffee (C). So we want C in terms of G. Given D = 75% of G 1. 60% of D ordered coffee too Attachment: Ques1.jpg From the diagram, we see that we do not know what % people ordered only coffee. 2. 90% of C ordered Dessert too. Attachment: Ques2.jpg From the diagram, we see that we do not know what % people ordered only coffee. Using both the statements, we see that 60% * 75% * G = 90% * C Since we get C in terms of G, this is sufficient. Answer (C) But Karishma, if we assume that sample is 100(since finally we need to calculate only percentage), so dessert 75% = 75 and 60% of 75% = 45 Please check this image this is how Venn diagram will come out download/file2.php?id=21119Please read the whole thread. Your doubt is addressed here: if75ofguestatacertainbanquetordereddessertwhat109889.html#p1112350You cannot get the answer from (1) since you don't know how many of the guests ordered neither coffee nor dessert.
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Bunuel wrote: Baten80 wrote: If 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. If 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert, what percent of guest ordered coffee?Assume there were 100 guests on the banquet. So we have that 75 of them ordered dessert. (1) 60% of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee > 0.45*75=45 guests ordered both dessert AND coffee, but we still don't know how many guests ordered coffee. Not sufficient. (2) 90% of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert > 0.9*(coffee) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee. Not sufficient. (1)+(2) From (1) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee is 45 and from (2) 0.9*(coffee)=45 > (coffee)=50. Sufficient. Answer: C. Hey Bunuel please check the bolded part in statement 1. This should be 0.6*75=45 not the original one. 0.45*75=33.75. Thanks!
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Konstantin1983 wrote: Bunuel wrote: Baten80 wrote: If 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert,what percent of guest ordered coffee?
1)60%of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee.
2)90%of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert. If 75% of guest at a certain banquet ordered dessert, what percent of guest ordered coffee?Assume there were 100 guests on the banquet. So we have that 75 of them ordered dessert. (1) 60% of the guest who ordered dessert also ordered coffee > 0.45*75=45 guests ordered both dessert AND coffee, but we still don't know how many guests ordered coffee. Not sufficient. (2) 90% of the guest who ordered coffee also ordered dessert > 0.9*(coffee) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee. Not sufficient. (1)+(2) From (1) # of guests who ordered both dessert AND coffee is 45 and from (2) 0.9*(coffee)=45 > (coffee)=50. Sufficient. Answer: C. Hey Bunuel please check the bolded part in statement 1. This should be 0.6*75=45 not the original one. 0.45*75=33.75. Thanks! Typo edited. Thank you.
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