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# Insurance Plan A requires the patient to pay up to the first \$1,600 of

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Insurance Plan A requires the patient to pay up to the first \$1,600 of any hospital bill plus 12% of the remainder of the bill. Insurance Plan B requires the patient to pay the entire amount of any hospital bill under \$2,000; for hospital bills of at least \$2,000, the patient pays \$2,000 plus another 8% of the entire amount. The patient would pay the same under either insurance plan for hospital bills of which of the following amounts?

I. \$1,280
II. \$1.600
III. \$1,840

A. I only
B. II only
C. I and II only
D. II and III only
E. I, II, and III

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23 Jun 2020, 06:38
Insurance Plan A requires the patient to pay up to the first \$1,600 of any hospital bill plus 12% of the remainder of the bill.

Insurance Plan B requires the patient to pay the entire amount of any hospital bill under \$2,000; for hospital bills of at least \$2,000, the patient pays \$2,000 plus another 8% of the entire amount.

The patient would pay the same under either insurance plan for hospital bills of which of the following amounts?

I. \$1,280
Insurance A Amount = 1280
Insurance B amount = 1280 (matching)

II. \$1.600
Insurance A Amount = 1600
Insurance B amount = 1600 (matching)

III. \$1,840
Insurance A Amount = 1600+12%of240 = 1600+28.8 = 1628.8
Insurance B amount = 1840 (Not matching)

Only statement 1&2 are matching

IMO C

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