# Need math help with average/understanding the wording of an exercise

Nov 30th, 2015
Anonymous
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Hi im new to Studypool,  and i like the idea of this useful forum.

I am an international student trying to prepare for the GMAT, im having a difficulty with understanding the the meaning of the below listed question, could anyone please advise if this question is a clear solvable exercise

"Company X sells a line of 25 products with an average of retail price of 1,200\$, if none of thee items sells for less than \$420 and exactly 10 of the products sell for less than \$1,000, what is the greatest possible selling price of the most expensive product?

\$2,600
\$3,900
\$7,800
\$11,800
\$18,200

Thank you, i hope my question is acceptable over your forum.

Regards
Jery

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