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# n > 10,000

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n > 10,000 [#permalink]  02 Dec 2019, 02:58
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$$n > 10,000$$

 Quantity A Quantity B The thousands digit of $$\frac{n}{8}$$ 7

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

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Re: n > 10,000 [#permalink]  02 Dec 2019, 08:22
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Carcass wrote:
$$n > 10,000$$

 Quantity A Quantity B The thousands digit of $$\frac{n}{8}$$ 7

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

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Let's test some possible values of n

case i: n = 80,000, which means 80,000/8 = 10,000
We get:
Quantity A: 0
Quantity B: 7
In this case, Quantity B is greater

case ii: x = 64,000, which means n/8 = 64,000/8 = 8000
We get:
Quantity A: 8
Quantity B: 7
In this case, Quantity A is greater

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Re: n > 10,000 [#permalink]  02 Dec 2019, 21:59
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How can we assume n to be 1 or 1.1, when it is given as n > 10000.

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Re: n > 10,000 [#permalink]  03 Dec 2019, 05:55
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Ashgre wrote:
How can we assume n to be 1 or 1.1, when it is given as n > 10000.

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Oops, I made two silly mistakes:
- I read this a thousandths (not thousands)
- I didn't see n > 10000

All fixed now!

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Re: n > 10,000 [#permalink]  03 Dec 2019, 06:02
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Ashgre wrote:
How can we assume n to be 1 or 1.1, when it is given as n > 10000.

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Oops, I made two silly mistakes:
- I read this a thousandths (not thousands)
- I didn't see n > 10000

All fixed now!

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Brent

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