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Two business school students, Maya and Darise, received the same overall grade in only one of four classes. Each grade was on a scale of 1 to 10.

From which of the following statements can one determine whose average overall grade was higher?

(A) Maya graduated at the top of her class
(B) Maya's lowest grade was less than or equal to Darise's highest grade
(C) Maya's highest grade and Darise's lowest grade were in the same class
(D) Maya scored higher than Darise in two areas and neither girl scored lower than 5 in any class
(E) Darise received a grade of 10 in three classes and Maya did not score higher than 8 in any class
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08 Sep 2006, 19:18
E: Darise received a grade of 10 in three classes and Maya did not score higher than 8 in any class

And in the fourth one, they got equal grades. Then who got better overall grade?
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08 Sep 2006, 20:14
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E: Darise received a grade of 10 in three classes and Maya did not score higher than 8 in any class

And in the fourth one, they got equal grades. Then who got better overall grade?

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08 Sep 2006, 21:32
If answer B does not include "or equal to", could it have been the right answer too?
Maya's lowest grade was less than or equal to Darise's highest grade
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08 Sep 2006, 21:38
If answer B does not include "or equal to", could it have been the right answer too?
Maya's lowest grade was less than or equal to Darise's highest grade

Maya's overall grades are higher in case
Maya - 2, 8, 8, 8
Darise's - 2, 3, 3, 8

Darise's overall grades are higher in case
Maya - 2, 8, 8, 8
Darise's - 8, 10, 10, 10
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09 Sep 2006, 03:50
ps_dahiya wrote:
If answer B does not include "or equal to", could it have been the right answer too?
Maya's lowest grade was less than or equal to Darise's highest grade

Maya's overall grades are higher in case
Maya - 2, 8, 8, 8
Darise's - 2, 3, 3, 8

Darise's overall grades are higher in case
Maya - 2, 8, 8, 8
Darise's - 8, 10, 10, 10

Incorporating PS logic (arithmetic mean) into a CR. Nice
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09 Sep 2006, 04:20
E it is for all obvious reasons.
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09 Sep 2006, 07:11
E is not right.

Lets say M got 3 tens 10 10 10 but really sucks at another class and gets a 1

And the other student is not as bright in a few areas but is quite good in all areas 8 8 8 8 then we have a total of 31 and 32, with the steady and stable 8 winning.
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09 Sep 2006, 07:13
C would be the answer assuming that they did not get the same grade in EVERY class.
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09 Sep 2006, 07:16
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E is not right.

Lets say M got 3 tens 10 10 10 but really sucks at another class and gets a 1

And the other student is not as bright in a few areas but is quite good in all areas 8 8 8 8 then we have a total of 31 and 32, with the steady and stable 8 winning.

buddy, u overlooked 8 part. E says, for Maya highest is 8. Where for Darise least is 8. Then who will have higher rating?
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