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# Marta bought several pencils. If each pencil was either

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Marta bought several pencils. If each pencil was either a 23-cent pencil or a 21-cent pencil, how many 23-cent pencils did Marta buy?

(1) Marta bought a total of 6 pencils.
(2) The total value of the pencils Marta bought was 130 cents.

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02 Oct 2007, 14:24
ST 2 alone is SUFF.

130 cents can have only possible combination of 2 * 23 + 4*21

So No of 23 cents Pencil = 2.

Hence B.

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04 Oct 2007, 16:24
OA is B.

I got tricked and put down C asI immediately concluded 2 eqns, 2 unknowns.

Thanks.

A.

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