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# DS: Sight-tour

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23 Aug 2008, 07:54
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23 Aug 2008, 08:12
judokan wrote:

W:C = 5:2

1) C:M=5:11

W:C = 25:10
C:M= 5:11= 10:22
W:C:M= 25:10:22

With the above ratio multiple solutions possible.
M=22 or 44 or 66...
insufficinet
2) No of men <30
we know W:C= 5:2
Men can be any number 1,2,3,..
multiple solutions insufficient

combine both

W:C:M= 25:10:22
We can't have fraction of any Person(Woman /man/ children).

So "25:10:22 " ratio least integers without any fractions.

women<30.. means W=25 and M=22 and . other solutions are not possible..
say M=11 then W=12.5 thats not possible.

So . C is the answer.
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23 Aug 2008, 15:04
x2suresh wrote:
judokan wrote:

W:C = 5:2

1) C:M=5:11

W:C = 25:10
C:M= 5:11= 10:22
W:C:M= 25:10:22

With the above ratio multiple solutions possible.
M=22 or 44 or 66...
insufficinet
2) No of men <30
we know W:C= 5:2
Men can be any number 1,2,3,..
multiple solutions insufficient

combine both

W:C:M= 25:10:22
We can't have fraction of any Person(Woman /man/ children).

So "25:10:22 " ratio least integers without any fractions.

women<30.. means W=25 and M=22 and . other solutions are not possible..
say M=11 then W=12.5 thats not possible.

So . C is the answer.

I think I got this one but took lot of time. How much did you take. close to 4 mins
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24 Aug 2008, 13:09
hibloom wrote:
x2suresh wrote:
judokan wrote:

W:C = 5:2

1) C:M=5:11

W:C = 25:10
C:M= 5:11= 10:22
W:C:M= 25:10:22

With the above ratio multiple solutions possible.
M=22 or 44 or 66...
insufficinet
2) No of men <30
we know W:C= 5:2
Men can be any number 1,2,3,..
multiple solutions insufficient

combine both

W:C:M= 25:10:22
We can't have fraction of any Person(Woman /man/ children).

So "25:10:22 " ratio least integers without any fractions.

women<30.. means W=25 and M=22 and . other solutions are not possible..
say M=11 then W=12.5 thats not possible.

So . C is the answer.

I think I got this one but took lot of time. How much did you take. close to 4 mins

Fortunately.. <1m

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