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What fraction of this year's graduating students at a certain college are males?

(1) Of this year's graduating students, 33 percent of the males and 20 percent of the females transferred from another college

(2) Of this year's graduating students, 25 percent transferred from another college.
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08 Sep 2007, 14:27
gnr646 wrote:
What fraction of this year's graduating students at a certain college are males?

(1) Of this year's graduating students, 33 percent of the males and 20 percent of the females transferred from another college

(2) Of this year's graduating students, 25 percent transferred from another college.

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Assuming that 100 students total, using (1) and (2), you can get:
0.33M + 0.2F = 25
M+F=100
Then find M.
Each alone is not sufficient
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