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on September 12 at 04:12PM

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if it says that ping received fewer votes than luck but more votes than nippi and more votes than oboy? that that mean that ping received more votes than nippi and oboy together? or more vote then nippi and obboy when calculates seperate?

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Skylar on September 13 at 01:54PM

@naty0405 Good question!

This means the latter (when calculated separately). So, if the question states that "Ping received fewer votes than Luck but more than Nippi AND more than Oboy," we know that L>P, and we know that P>N AND P>O. The statement does NOT mean that P>(N+O). We still do not know the relationship between N and O.

Hope this helps!