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Atleast 100 students at a certain high school study

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Atleast 100 students at a certain high school study Japanese. If 4 percent of student at school who study French also study Japanese do more student at school study French then Japanese.

1) 16 student at school study both French and Japanese
2) 10 percent of the student at school who study Japanese also study French

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New post 26 Jul 2008, 02:22
confused by following sentences....

4 percent of student at school who study French also study Japanese...
10 percent of the student at school who study Japanese also study French...

r they referring to same set of students or different set of students.... :roll:
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New post 26 Jul 2008, 02:28
diehard4 wrote:
confused by following sentences....

4 percent of student at school who study French also study Japanese...
10 percent of the student at school who study Japanese also study French...

r they referring to same set of students or different set of students.... :roll:


The wordings of Q is what confused me ... so I am looking for an explanation.
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New post 26 Jul 2008, 05:42
i think its B.
given jap student >=100.
and student studying both =4% of french students.
stat 1 ) we get to know students studying french= 400., but not the total jap students
stat 2) 10% of jap students study french.
so min no. of jap students = 10% *200=20.
so 20=4% of french students=> french students = min 500(when jap students are 100). so french students are more than japanese.

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