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The chart above provides a breakdown of car sales for a local dealersh

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The chart above provides a breakdown of car sales for a local dealership. How many cars were purchased in 2002?

(1) More cars were leased in 1999 than were leased in 2002.
(2) 30 more cars were leased that year than were purchased.


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The chart above provides a breakdown of car sales for a local dealership. How many cars were purchased in 2002?

(1) More cars were leased in 1999 than were leased in 2002.
(2) 30 more cars were leased that year than were purchased.


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By looking at the table we can realize that Number of Cars Sold = Number of leases + Number of Purchases

(1) More cars were leased in 1999 than were leased in 2002.- Clearly INSUFF.

(2) 30 more cars were leased that year than were purchased: This tells us that in 2002, z+ (z+30)= 100 , where z is number of purchases and z+30 is number of leases (v) hence Z=35, SUFF

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The chart above provides a breakdown of car sales for a local dealership. How many cars were purchased in 2002?

(1) More cars were leased in 1999 than were leased in 2002.
(2) 30 more cars were leased that year than were purchased.

1.Not sufficinet because w cant say how many cars were sold.
2.Sufficient, 100=x+x+30=>2x=70, so x=35, sufficient.

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