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# What was Jean's insurance premium in 1995 ?

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Bunuel wrote:
What was Jean's insurance premium in 1995 ?

(1) The ratio of Jean’s insurance premium in 1995 to her insurance premium in 1994 was 6/5.
(2) Jean’s insurance premium in 1995 was 20 percent more than her insurance premium in 1994.

#1
no info of premium given insufficient
#2
again no value given
insufficient
from1 & 2
we cannot derive any thing
1.2x/x=6/5
insufficient
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