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# Each employee of Company Z is an employee of either Division

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Each employee of Company Z is an employee of either Division X or Division Y, but not both. If each division has some part time employees, is the ratio of the number of full time employees greater for Division X that for company Z?

1. The ratio of nymber of full time employees to the number of part-time employees is less for Division Y that for company Z

2. More than half of the full time employees of company Z are employees of Division X, and more than half of the part-time employees of Company Z are employees of Division Y.
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09 Apr 2006, 17:58
bewakoof wrote:
Each employee of Company Z is an employee of either Division X or Division Y, but not both. If each division has some part time employees, is the ratio of the number of full time employees greater for Division X that for company Z?

1. The ratio of nymber of full time employees to the number of part-time employees is less for Division Y that for company Z

2. More than half of the full time employees of company Z are employees of Division X, and more than half of the part-time employees of Company Z are employees of Division Y.

Since we don't know the actual number so we can't say. So I'll go for

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09 Apr 2006, 23:04
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1 : Sufficient
Ratio in division Y is less than that of company Z. there are only two divisions and so it must be more for the other division.

2: Sufficent
Division X has
more than half of full time employees & less than half of part time [Y has more than half] employees
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10 Apr 2006, 00:43
X - FT 50; x-PT 100/ 10
Y - FT 20; y-PT 200/ 200

1. The ratio of nymber of full time employees to the number of part-time employees is less for Division Y that for company Z - This states that the number of FT employess is more than the number of PT employes in dept Y. Can't make out the number for X with this.
Insufficient

2. More than half of the full time employees of company Z are employees of Division X, and more than half of the part-time employees of Company Z are employees of Division Y. - Thus the ratio of X/x > 1 if 50/10 but X/x < 1 if 50/100
Thus insufficient

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