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In 2004, 2,400 condos sold, 15% of the total housing units sold that year. If 25% of the homes sold in 2004 were fourbedroom houses, then how many fourbedroom homes sold in 2004? (A) 3,600 (B) 4,000 (C) 4,200 (D) 4,800 (E) 6,000
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Re: In 2004, 2,400 condos sold, 15% of the total housing units sold that [#permalink]
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16 Aug 2017, 04:03
no. of condos sold= 2400= 15% of total housing units sold => total no of housing units sold= \(\frac{2400}{.15}\)= 16000 25% of total housing units sold were 4bhk. so total no. of 4 bhk sold= 16000/4 = 4000
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16 Aug 2017, 07:36
15% of total = 2400, 25% of total = (?) i.e.= 2400 x 25 / 15 = 4000 (b)




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