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Since x + y + z = 180, it follows that x + 2y = 180. Since statement (1) does not give a value for y, you cannot answer the question using statement (1) alone. According to statement (2), y = 40; therefore, x + z = 140. Since statement (2) does not give a value for z, you cannot answer the question using statement (2) alone. Using both statements together, since x + 2y = 180 and the value of y is given, you can find the value of x. Therefore, BOTH statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

If a real estate agent received a commission of 6 percent of the selling price of a certain house, what was the selling price of the house? (1) The selling price minus the real estate agent's commission was $84,600. (2) The selling price was 250 percent of the original purchase price of $36,000.

EXPLANATION From (1) it follows that $84,600 is 94% (100% 6%) of the selling price, and thus the selling price, $84,600 / 0.94, can be determined. Therefore (1) alone is sufficient. From (2) it follows that the selling price is 2.5($36,000). Thus, (2) alone is sufficient. The best answer is the fourth choice.

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and 0 1 = 0. subtraction. so the value of 3 2 can be determined. Since (1) and (2) together give only the percentage increases in salary. multiplication. Hence. thus neither statement alone is sufficient. and the answer must the third or fifth choice. by the longer route. what is the distance of the shorter route? (1) When she drives from her home to her office by the shorter route and returns by the longer route. From (2) the distance of the longer route can be found. Therefore.Data Sufficiency Question 3 Carlotta can drive from her home to her office by one of two possible routes.EXPLANATION Data Sufficiency Question 2 John and David each received a salary increase. 0 1 = 0.0 = 1. and the third choice is the best.1 = -1. If she must also return by one of these routes. it cannot be determined which person received the greater dollar increase. from her home to her office and back. it follows from (2) that could represent either addition or subtraction. Statement (1) alone is not sufficient because only the sum of the distances of the two routes is given and there are infinitely many pairs of numbers with a given sum. but there is no information about the distance of the shorter route. it follows from (1) that represents addition. Which one received the greater dollar increase? (1) John's salary increased 8 percent. Data Sufficiency Question 4 The symbol represents one of the following operations: addition. she drives a total of 46 kilometers. EXPLANATION In (1) there is no information about David's salary and in (2) there is no information about John's salary. (2) When she drives both ways. (1) and (2) together are not sufficient. the distance of the shorter route can be determined (42 46/2). (1) alone is sufficient. From (1) and (2) together. . (2) alone is not sufficient. she drives a total of 42 kilometers. (2) David's salary increased 5 percent. 1 . and 1 0 is undefined. so that 3 2 could equal 5 or 1. The best answer is the first choice. Statement (2) alone is therefore not sufficient. 0 . Thus. or division. and the best answer is the last choice. Since 1 + 0 = 1. 1 0 = 0. What is the value of 3 2? (1) 0 1 = 1 (2) 1 0 = 1 EXPLANATION Since 0 + 1 = 1.

Thus (1) alone is not sufficient. so that p might or might not equal 37. then 102 + 1 = 101. equal to 37. For example if n = 4. The values of p for n = 4 and n = 6 given above show that (1) and (2) together are not sufficient. EXPLANATION In (1) the expression n2 + 1 can represent a prime number less than 37. 37 and 101 are all prime numbers. it follows from (2) that p > 14. depending on the value of n. if n = 6. . Since 142 = 196 and 152 = 225. (2) p2 is greater than 200. where n is an integer. then 62 + 1 = 37. or greater than 37.Data Sufficiency Question 5 Is the prime number p equal to 37? (1) p = n2 + 1. and if n = 10. and the last choice is the best answer. Thus (2) alone is not sufficient. then 42 + 1 = 17. and 17.

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