SajjadAhmad wrote:

At a certain baseball game, each of the spectators is either a Bullfrogs fan or a Chipmunks fan, and no one is both. What is the ratio of Bullfrogs fans to Chipmunks fans among spectators at the baseball game?

(1) The number of Chipmunks fans among the spectators is 20% greaterthan the number of Bullfrogs fans.

(2) The total number of spectators at the baseball game is 4,400.

In a ratio, we do not require the exact numbers..

We are looking for B/C..

Let's see the statements

(1) The number of Chipmunks fans among the spectators is 20% greater than the number of Bullfrogs fans.

So C=B+20..... C and B are in %

Also C+B=100...

B+20+B=100...

2B=80.... B=40..

C=100-40=60

Ratio =60/40=3/2

Sufficient

(2) The total number of spectators at the baseball game is 4,400.

Total is given ONLY to tempt you towardsC..

Insufficient

A

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