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# In 1979 approximately of the 37.3 million airline

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In 1979 approximately of the 37.3 million airline passengers traveling to or from the United States used Kennedy Airport. If the number of such passengers that used Miami Airport was the number that used Kennedy Airport and 4 times the number that used Logan Airport, approximately how many millions of these passengers used Logan Airport that year?
(A) 18.6
(B) 9.3
(C) 6.2
(D) 3.1
(E) 1.6
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26 Jul 2006, 19:07
is it too simple of a question or i am missing something ..
37.3 / 4 = 9.3
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26 Jul 2006, 19:29
haas_mba07 wrote:
In 1979 approximately of the 37.3 million airline passengers traveling to or from the United States used Kennedy Airport. If the number of such passengers that used Miami Airport was the number that used Kennedy Airport and 4 times the number that used Logan Airport, approximately how many millions of these passengers used Logan Airport that year?
(A) 18.6
(B) 9.3
(C) 6.2
(D) 3.1
(E) 1.6

haas_mba07,
I made the same mistake before when I posted this question.
There are some data missing right?

I think that question needs to be, follow the link below:
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... ight=logan

Kennedy = 37.3/3
Miami = (K/2) = 37.3/6, but Miami also is equal to 4*Logan

Logan = (37.3/6)/4 = 37.3/24. about 1.6 A

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26 Jul 2006, 19:31
prude_sb wrote:
37.3/2 A

any other reasoning behind division by 2 (unless u r thinking that the same people went back and forth to Logan - living in New York , i wud expect that could happen in smaller airports )
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26 Jul 2006, 20:49
bondguy wrote:
prude_sb wrote:
37.3/2 A

any other reasoning behind division by 2 (unless u r thinking that the same people went back and forth to Logan - living in New York , i wud expect that could happen in smaller airports )

K = 37.3

i thought i read number of such passengers that used Miami Airport was the twice the number that used Kennedy Airport .....

so i did M = 2K and M = 4L so K = 2L and L = K/2

but on reading the q again seems like there was no "twice"....i think i was hallucinating....and is K/4
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