matematikconsultant wrote:

The corporate party took place. In the first day the guys drank 33 bottles

of vodka, everyone drank the same amount. The next day the party continued.

It should be noted that not all the staff was present, but only 13 people.

They drank all the rest bottles but everyone drank 3 times less than a day

before (but the same amount again). How many bottles the guys drank at the

corporate party?

A. 34

B. 36

C. 40

D. 46

E. 52

Let no of people in the party = x

Day 1 = guys drank 33 bottles, equally. Now, we dont know how many people we at the party? They could have drank half a bottle, each or a full bottle...66 or 33 # of people, respectively.

Day 2 = 13 people present. Rest of the bottles?? dont know. Actually, we dont know the total # of bottles?

I'm not able to go beyond this :s

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