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05 Mar 2017, 05:51
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At a certain factory, 10 percent of the staplers produced on Monday were defective and 2 percent of non defective staplers were rejected by mistake. If 90 of the non defective staplers were rejected, what was the number of staplers produced that day ?

A) 4000
B) 4200
C) 4500
D) 4800
E) 5000

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05 Mar 2017, 06:08
Ijaz20011 wrote:
At a certain factory, 10 percent of the staplers produced on Monday were defective and 2 percent of non defective staplers were rejected by mistake. If 90 of the non defective staplers were rejected, what was the number of staplers produced that day ?

A) 4000
B) 4200
C) 4500
D) 4800
E) 5000

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