GRE Math Quantitative Comparisons Question 933
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Company X spends $40,000 per year on advertising for product A and $30,000 per year on advertising for product B. The company spends $15,000 on advertisements that advertise both product A and B as a system. The company spends $90,000 total on advertising for all of its products.
Quantity A
The total amount the company spends advertising products other than products A and B.
Quantity B
$20,000
- 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.