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The average of x, y, and z is one-third greater than x. The sum y + z is what percent greater than x?

A) 50

B) 100

C) 200

D) 300

E) 400

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The average of x, y, and z is one-third greater than x. The sum y + z is what percent greater than x?

A) 50

B) 100

C) 200

D) 300

E) 400


(x+y+z)/3 = 4/3*x ->y+z=3x, so y+z =300% of x

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Since the question is asking "The sum y + z is what percent greater than x?"

The answer should be 200% since 3x is 200% greater than x.
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DaveGG wrote:
Since the question is asking "The sum y + z is what percent greater than x?"

The answer should be 200% since 3x is 200% greater than x.


You are right! I like this kind of trap. :-D Thanks

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