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Company X sold 300 products this year. It sold twice as many of Product A as it did of Product C, and half of the products sold were Product B. Company X sold no products other than A, B, and C.

Quantity A

Quantity B

The number of Product A sold

100

A) Quantity A is greater. B) Quantity B is greater. C) The two quantities are equal. D) The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

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Given that the total number of products is 300, it is straightforward to compute the number of products B, which is the half of 300, i.e. 150. The remaining 150 products are divided between A and C in a ratio of 2:1, Thus, if we divide 150 by 3, the number of the quotas (1+2), we get 50. Then, multiplying 50 by 2 and by 1 we get the number of A products (100) and the number of C products (50). Since we are asked to compare A products with 100, the answer is C.

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