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For each order, a mail bookseller charges a fixed processing fee and an additional shipping fee for each book in the order. Rajiv placed five different orders with this bookseller- an order for 1 book in January, an order for 2 book in February, an order for 3 book in March, an order for 4 book in April. an order for 5 book in May. What was the total processing and shipping fees for these five orders ?
A. Rajivs processing and shipping fee were 1 more for his order in March than for his order in January
B. The total Rajiv’s shpping fee for five order was 7.50

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New post 15 Jan 2009, 21:27
x=processing fee
y=shipping fee

1) (x+3y)-(x+y)=1 ---> 2y=1, thus y=.50
this doesn't mention anything about 'x', so INSUFFICIENT

2) total shipping was 7.50
= y+2y+3y+4y+5y=7.50 ---> 15y=7.50, thus y=.50
This doesn't mention anything about 'x', so INSUFFICIENT

Taking 1) and 2) together, they still don't explain about the processing fee 'x'.

Thus E

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