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If each of 4 subsidiaries of Corp R has been granted a line

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If each of 4 subsidiaries of Corp R has been granted a line of credit of 700,000 $ and each of the other 3 subsidiaries of Corp R has been granted a line of credit of 112,000$, what is the average line of credit granted to a subsidiary of Corp R ?

a. 1568000 $
b. 448000 $
c. 406000 $
d. 313600 $
e. 116000 $

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New post 01 Jul 2006, 06:02
Kinda confused with the wording but to me it looks like B

4 subsidiaries got 700,000 means total of 280,000,0

3 other subsidiaries got 112,000 means total of 336,000

Average (280,000,0+336,000)*1/7 = 448,000

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New post 01 Jul 2006, 10:57
OA is B. you are right
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