BACK to this QUESTION:
1. Start with 20, ( i.e. 20x0, 20x1.....) & Continue up to 20x6 [because 20x7 is GREATER than 125.
2. Then, CONTINUE from the BOTTOM of the Chart. REMAINING number is 5, which is ONE Multiple of FIVE. SINCE 20 is DIVISIBLE by 5 (for 4 tomes), just ADD 4 for with the bottom number of MULTIPLE of the SMALLER INTEGER to get SUBSEQUENTLY UPPER ONE
(here,
number of MULTIPLE of the SMALLER INTEGER in the BOTTOM: 1,
number of MULTIPLE of the SMALLER INTEGER in NEXT UPPER CELL: 1+4=5
number of MULTIPLE of the SMALLER INTEGER in NEXT UPPER CELL: 6+4=9
Thus, 1,5,9,13,17,21,25.).
STATEMENT 1: Max has fewer than 5 bills worth $5 each.
That means, ONLY SCENARIO (g) of my CHART is POSSIBLE.
SUFFICIENT.
STATEMENT 2: Max has more than 5 bills worth $20 each.
That means, ONLY SCENARIO (g) of my CHART is POSSIBLE.
SUFFICIENT.
CHART method will take little amount of time when one gets used to using it & provide greater accuracy.
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