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# People in a line are divided into groups. Sam was the 27th

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People in a line are divided into groups. Sam was the 27th [#permalink]

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10 Oct 2008, 21:26
People in a line are divided into groups. Sam was the 27th person to arrive
with each group min 2 max 6. If sam's group is x, which is true?
3<=x<=12
4<=x<=13
4<=x<=14
5<=x<=14
6<=x<=15

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10 Oct 2008, 22:24
IMO D; 5<=x<=14

lets each group has min.2 member: so 13 group is already there before sham's turn come :27

means Xis 14

lets take max 6 people for each group : 6*4=24 , now we are left with 3 person: one moregroup

4+1:

x must be in beteen 5 to 14

IMO D:

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