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03 Feb 2009, 04:22
pls explain the answer

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03 Feb 2009, 05:42
ritula wrote:
pls explain the answer

Z = full time
z = parttime
X = full time
x = part time

question X/x >Z/z?

X+Y/(x+y) = Z/z

1) Y/y < Z/z

--> means X/x>Z/z to satisfy X+Y/(x+y) = Z/z

D should be the answer.
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03 Feb 2009, 10:57
Perfect. OA is D indeed
x2suresh wrote:
ritula wrote:
pls explain the answer

Z = full time
z = parttime
X = full time
x = part time

question X/x >Z/z?

X+Y/(x+y) = Z/z

1) Y/y < Z/z

--> means X/x>Z/z to satisfy X+Y/(x+y) = Z/z

D should be the answer.
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09 Feb 2009, 11:29
Can u please explain this.I didnt get you.

About statement 2 no exp was given.

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