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What is the maximum number of widget can be produced?

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A machine in a factory uses between 150 and 220 kilowatt-hours of electricity, inclusive, to produce two widgets.What is the maximum number of widgets the machine could produce using 3,450 kilowatt-hours of electricity?

a) 46
b) 30
c) 23
d)16
E)15

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A machine in a factory uses between 150 and 220 kilowatt-hours of electricity, inclusive, to produce two widgets.What is the maximum number of widgets the machine could produce using 3,450 kilowatt-hours of electricity?

a) 46
b) 30
c) 23
d)16
E)15

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To maximise the number of widget, least amount of electricity is required

150 KWh electricity produces 2 widgets
1 KWh electricity produces (2/150) widgets
3450 KWh electricity produces (2/150)*3450 = 46 widgets

A is correct
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David nguyen wrote:
A machine in a factory uses between 150 and 220 kilowatt-hours of electricity, inclusive, to produce two widgets.What is the maximum number of widgets the machine could produce using 3,450 kilowatt-hours of electricity?

a) 46
b) 30
c) 23
d)16
E)15

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