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10 Aug 2003, 07:55
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Can anyone figure out why the answer is 4?

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10 Aug 2003, 18:33
tzec76 wrote:
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Can anyone figure out why the answer is 4?

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i dont understand why this is hard.

4 of the plan have over 10% (or more than 30) of the companies enrolled. Hence, the answer in D.
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