Since statement 1 contains only the number of widgets and

statement 2 contains only the number of workers, each of the statements individually cant lead us to a solution

Combining both the equations

Assuming some numbers.

If w1 = 100 widgets, then w2 = 120 widgets

If r1 = 10 widgets/minute, then r2 = 30 widgets/minute

It will take 1 worker 10 minutes to create w1 in a minute, where as the same worker will take 4 minutes to do w2.

But

If w1 = 10 widgets, then w2 = 30 widgets

If r1 = 20 widgets per minute ,then r2 = 40 widgets per minute

It will take 1 worker 30s to create w1 in a minute, where as the same worker will take 45s to do w2.

Hence if w1 > r1, we will get need more workers to do the work

Similarly, if w1 < r1 we will need less workers to do the work(Option E)

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