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# Quant - Problem Solving

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06 May 2017, 04:37
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In an interview, 70% of male and 30 % of female are selected. The number of females selected is 180, which is 3/5th of number of males not selected. What is the no of candidates appeared for the interview? Every women who appeared was selected.
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09 May 2017, 02:36
nkashyap23 wrote:
In an interview, 70% of male and 30 % of female are selected. The number of females selected is 180, which is 3/5th of number of males not selected. What is the no of candidates appeared for the interview? Every women who appeared was selected.
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