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If h1 and h2 are the number of households and t1 and t2 are

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If h1 and h2 are the number of households and t1 and t2 are the number of televisions of county 1 and county 2 respectively, the ratio of the number of households to the number of televisions is greater for which of the two counties?
(1) h1 > h2
(2) t1 > t2

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 [#permalink] New post 27 Feb 2004, 02:25
(1) and (2) together aren't sufficient
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E................looks more of a CR question...... :!:
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Feb 2004, 07:49
E.

h1 and t1 may be equal and h2 and t2 may also be equal in which case the ratios are equal.
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