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# To be considered for “movie of the year,” a film must appear in at lea

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To be considered for “movie of the year,” a film must appear in at least 1/4 of the top-10-movies lists submitted by the Cinematic Academy’s 765 members. What is the smallest number of top-10 lists a film can appear on and still be considered for “movie of the year”?

A. 191
B. 192
C. 193
D. 212
E. 213

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23 Aug 2016, 03:57
Bunuel wrote:
To be considered for “movie of the year,” a film must appear in at least 1/4 of the top-10-movies lists submitted by the Cinematic Academy’s 765 members. What is the smallest number of top-10 lists a film can appear on and still be considered for “movie of the year”?

A. 191
B. 192
C. 193
D. 212
E. 213

Total movies submitted are 765.

As per question we need to take 1/4 of 765 to be considered for top 10 movies = 191.25

approximate the value we 192.

IMO option B is the correct answer...

OA please...will correct if I missed anything.
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23 Aug 2016, 09:16
msk0657 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
To be considered for “movie of the year,” a film must appear in at least 1/4 of the top-10-movies lists submitted by the Cinematic Academy’s 765 members. What is the smallest number of top-10 lists a film can appear on and still be considered for “movie of the year”?

A. 191
B. 192
C. 193
D. 212
E. 213

Total movies submitted are 765.

As per question we need to take 1/4 of 765 to be considered for top 10 movies = 191.25

approximate the value we 192.

IMO option B is the correct answer...

OA please...will correct if I missed anything.

Why can't we take 191 as the answer? I am a bit confused between the two.
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23 Aug 2016, 10:48
abhimahna wrote:
msk0657 wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
To be considered for “movie of the year,” a film must appear in at least 1/4 of the top-10-movies lists submitted by the Cinematic Academy’s 765 members. What is the smallest number of top-10 lists a film can appear on and still be considered for “movie of the year”?

A. 191
B. 192
C. 193
D. 212
E. 213

Total movies submitted are 765.

As per question we need to take 1/4 of 765 to be considered for top 10 movies = 191.25

approximate the value we 192.

IMO option B is the correct answer...

OA please...will correct if I missed anything.

Why can't we take 191 as the answer? I am a bit confused between the two.

In the question, it is mentioned that "ATLEAST 1/4" that means the value has to be divisible by 4...only 192 does and the value we got is in 190s...so forget 212.
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