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In 1995 there were 95 million television households in the United States. If, in 1983, there were 80 percent of the number of television households in 1995, then approximately how many television households, in millions, viewed Program y in 1983 ?

If there were 20 million television households in the United States in 1983, then the number of viewers of Program x is what percent greater than the number of viewers of Program y in 1983 ? (Ignore the percent sign when entering the answer).

Re: Television Ratings [#permalink]
27 Sep 2017, 04:25

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Carcass wrote:

Question one is correct as it is written.

Regards

Ok, then Q1 is solved by just counting the number of increasing segments between two consecutive years: 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84. Then the answer is 4, i.e. choice C

Re: Television Ratings [#permalink]
10 Sep 2018, 12:55

Hi, for Q.3, on actual test, will it be still marked correct if we put 19.2 instead of 19.23, because they haven't specified accuracy to what decimal here?