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The amount by which the number of cars in 1990 exceeded the number of

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The number of cars in 1990 are 2 million or 2000000
Similarly the number of accidents in 1991 is approximately 32*10000 = 320000

The difference between the number of cars in 1990 and number of accidents in 1991 is
2000000 - 320000 = 1680000 which is approximately 1.7 million(Option D)
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The amount by which the number of cars in 1990 exceeded the number of accidents in 1991 was approximately

(A) 0.3 million
(B) 0.7 million
(C) 1.0 million
(D) 1.7 million
(E) 2.5 million


In 1990, the number of cars was approximately 2 million, and in 1991, the number of accidents was approximately 340,000.

The difference between 2 million and 340,000 is about 1.7 million.

Answer: D
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