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For the large cars sold at an auction that is summarized in the table above, what was the average sale price per car?

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Re: For the large cars sold at an auction that is summarized in [#permalink] New post 12 Sep 2017, 13:20
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Re: For the large cars sold at an auction that is summarized in [#permalink] New post 23 May 2020, 07:31
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Explanation

From the figure, you see that the number of large cars sold was 20 and the sales total for large cars was $120,000 (not $120). Thus the average sale price per car was \($ \frac{120,000}{20} = $6,000\).

The correct answer is $6,000 (or equivalent).


Just to double check.

If I were to write 6k, would that count as an equivalent?
Or if I were to write just 6, would that count as well as an equivalent?

Apologize for these ludicrous questions, yet would like to be sure that I can make such "an error" .
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Carcass wrote:
Explanation

From the figure, you see that the number of large cars sold was 20 and the sales total for large cars was $120,000 (not $120). Thus the average sale price per car was \($ \frac{120,000}{20} = $6,000\).

The correct answer is $6,000 (or equivalent).


Just to double check.

If I were to write 6k, would that count as an equivalent?
Or if I were to write just 6, would that count as well as an equivalent?

Apologize for these ludicrous questions, yet would like to be sure that I can make such "an error" .


In numberical entry question, you cannot enter an alphabet, so 6k is not possible. Anything other than 6,000 will be considered wrong, so only 6 will be wrong. On the other hand, if it is a fraction question, you can write 25/100 as 1/4, that will work.
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Re: For the large cars sold at an auction that is summarized in [#permalink] New post 24 May 2020, 01:18
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