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If s is an integer between 0 and 10, is t less than the average (arithmetic mean) of s and 10?

(1) t is closer to 10 on the number line than it is to s.

(2) t is 5 times as large as s.
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If s is an integer between 0 and 10, is t less than the average (arithmetic mean) of s and 10?

----0--s---(average)---10--- The average of s and 10 is halfway between s and 10.
The question asks whether t is in green area.

(1) t is closer to 10 on the number line than it is to s --> t is not in the green area. So, the answer to the question is NO. Sufficient.

(2) t is 5 times as large as s. If s=1 and t=5, then the answer is YES but if s=2 and t=10, then the answer is NO. Not sufficient.

Answer: A.
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Bunuel wrote:
If s is an integer between 0 and 10, is t less than the average (arithmetic mean) of s and 10?

----0--s---(average)---10--- The average of s and 10 is halfway between s and 10.
The question asks whether t is in green area.

(1) t is closer to 10 on the number line than it is to s --> t is not in the green area. So, the answer to the question is NO. Sufficient.

(2) t is 5 times as large as s. If s=1 and t=5, then the answer is YES but if s=2 and t=10, then the answer is NO. Not sufficient.

Answer: B.


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Bunuel wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
If s is an integer between 0 and 10, is t less than the average (arithmetic mean) of s and 10?

----0--s---(average)---10--- The average of s and 10 is halfway between s and 10.
The question asks whether t is in green area.

(1) t is closer to 10 on the number line than it is to s --> t is not in the green area. So, the answer to the question is NO. Sufficient.

(2) t is 5 times as large as s. If s=1 and t=5, then the answer is YES but if s=2 and t=10, then the answer is NO. Not sufficient.

Answer: B.


Similar questions to practice:
if-x-is-a-positive-number-less-than-10-is-z-greater-than-th-167734.html
if-x-is-a-positive-number-less-than-10-is-z-less-than-the-131322.html
if-a-is-a-positive-number-less-than-10-is-c-greater-than-105650.html
if-y-is-a-negative-number-greater-than-8-is-x-greater-than-95138.html

Hope it helps.


Thanks for the suggestion. I tried to solve algebraically and somehow ended up rejecting option A :shock:
The graphical approach is pretty neat and simple :)
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Bunuel wrote:
If s is an integer between 0 and 10, is t less than the average (arithmetic mean) of s and 10?

----0--s---(average)---10--- The average of s and 10 is halfway between s and 10.
The question asks whether t is in green area.

(1) t is closer to 10 on the number line than it is to s --> t is not in the green area. So, the answer to the question is NO. Sufficient.

(2) t is 5 times as large as s. If s=1 and t=5, then the answer is YES but if s=2 and t=10, then the answer is NO. Not sufficient.

Answer: B.


Similar questions to practice:
if-x-is-a-positive-number-less-than-10-is-z-greater-than-th-167734.html
if-x-is-a-positive-number-less-than-10-is-z-less-than-the-131322.html
if-a-is-a-positive-number-less-than-10-is-c-greater-than-105650.html
if-y-is-a-negative-number-greater-than-8-is-x-greater-than-95138.html

Hope it helps.


Thanks for the suggestion. I tried to solve algebraically and somehow ended up rejecting option A :shock:
The graphical approach is pretty neat and simple :)


Here is a post that discusses visual approaches: http://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2013/08 ... mber-line/
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Bunuel wrote:
If s is an integer between 0 and 10, is t less than the average (arithmetic mean) of s and 10?

----0--s---(average)---10--- The average of s and 10 is halfway between s and 10.
The question asks whether t is in green area.

(1) t is closer to 10 on the number line than it is to s --> t is not in the green area. So, the answer to the question is NO. Sufficient.

(2) t is 5 times as large as s. If s=1 and t=5, then the answer is YES but if s=2 and t=10, then the answer is NO. Not sufficient.

Answer: A.



I think, everyone should check out how you've solved sufficiency for Statement 1. Clear demonstration of the 'Gmat eye'.
Brilliant Bunnel. Thank you!

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