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If x, y, and z are positive integers with the ratio 2 : 4 : 6, what is

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The answer is D because using the concept of unknown multiplier we can find the values
From statement 1 : x+y+z=60
x:y:z=2a:4a:6a=10a
therefore 12a=60
a=5 so 2a=x=2*5=10

From statement 2: y+z=50 we get 4a+6a= 10a=50
a=5
Therefore 2*5=10
So answer is D
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x= 2a
y=4a
z=6a

Both statements are sufficient on their own as we get a unique value for x.
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