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Of the 25 cars sold at a certain dealership yesterday, some had Automatic Transmission and some had Antilock Brakes. How many of the cars had Automatic Transmission but not Antilock Brakes?

1. All of the cars that had Antilock Brakes also had Automatic Transmission.
2. 2 of the cars had neither Automatic Transmission nor Antilock Brakes.

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09 Sep 2007, 23:22
23 = AT only + AB&AT

Insufficient

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10 Sep 2007, 04:10
This is always my weak area in Math

Correct me if my approach is wrong guys

25 = n(AT) + n(AB) -n(AT and AB) + None

Given in A is n(AT) = n(AB)

So InSuff

From (B) None = 2

So combining both

23 = 2*n(AT) -n(AT and AB)

Hence Insuff

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Re: DS - AT & AB [#permalink]

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10 Sep 2007, 05:26
As per st.1
Cars with AT could have (a) AB or (b) no AB - so insuff.
St. 2 says about the (b), but no information can be deduced about (a).
Ans. - E

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Of the 25 cars sold at a certain dealership yesterday, some had Automatic Transmission and some had Antilock Brakes. How many of the cars had Automatic Transmission but not Antilock Brakes?

1. All of the cars that had Antilock Brakes also had Automatic Transmission.
2. 2 of the cars had neither Automatic Transmission nor Antilock Brakes.

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10 Sep 2007, 06:09
Thanks guys...

OA is E.

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10 Sep 2007, 07:51
E

Setting up equations, you really cant solve for any of the values.
10 Sep 2007, 07:51
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