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# On a certain sightseeing tour, the ratio of the # of women

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On a certain sightseeing tour, the ratio of the # of women to children is 5:2. What was the # of men on tour?

1) the ratio of children to men is 5:11
2) # of women on tour is less than 30

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22 Jan 2008, 14:43
gmatraider wrote:
On a certain sightseeing tour, the ratio of the # of women to children is 5:2. What was the # of men on tour?

1) the ratio of children to men is 5:11
2) # of women on tour is less than 30

each is insufficient
1) 25,10,22; 50,20,44
2) 5, 2, 1; 5, 2, 27

combination of two is sufficient
25:10:22 -> 22 men

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22 Jan 2008, 14:44
Clarification: by x, y, z I meant x women, y children, z men

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Re: DS   [#permalink] 22 Jan 2008, 14:44
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