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Social clubs A and B have the same number of members, but both the ratio of men to women and the ratio of single women to married women in club B is twice that of club A. If there are 840 members in club B in a ratio of 2 : 1 men to women and the ratio of single women to married women in the club is 3 : 2, how many married women are in the clubs?

A. 700
B. 352
C. 348
D. 317
E. 240

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Re: Social clubs A and B have the same number of members, but both the rat [#permalink]

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Club B:

Total Members in B = 840
Ratio of men to women = 2 : 1
Men = 560 and Women = 280

Total Women in B = 280
Ratio of single women to married women = 3 : 2
Single women = 168 and Married women = 112

Club A:

Total members in A = Total members in B = 840
(Men : Women) in B = 2(Men : Women) in A
(Men : Women) in A = 1 : 1
Men in A = 420; Women in A = 420

(Single women : Married women) in B = 2(Single women: Married women) in A
(Single women : Married women) in A = 3 : 4
Single women in A = 180; Married women in A = 240

Total married women = 112 + 240 = 352

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Bunuel can you kindly explain to me what happens to the ratios when, for example in this problem, they "double"?

In club B we have Single/Married = 3/2, if the ratio of single women to married women in club B is twice that of club A what the original ratio becomes?
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MvArrow wrote:
Bunuel can you kindly explain to me what happens to the ratios when, for example in this problem, they "double"?

In club B we have Single/Married = 3/2, if the ratio of single women to married women in club B is twice that of club A what the original ratio becomes?


(Men:Women) in A = 1/1

(Men:Women) in B is twice that of A, so in B it's = 2*(1/1) = 2/1.
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Re: Social clubs A and B have the same number of members, but both the rat [#permalink]

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Bunuel wrote:
MvArrow wrote:
Bunuel can you kindly explain to me what happens to the ratios when, for example in this problem, they "double"?

In club B we have Single/Married = 3/2, if the ratio of single women to married women in club B is twice that of club A what the original ratio becomes?


(Men:Women) in A = 1/1

(Men:Women) in B is twice that of A, so in B it's = 2*(1/1) = 2/1.


3. Fractions, Decimals, Ratios and Proportions



For more:
ALL YOU NEED FOR QUANT ! ! !
Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread


Hope it helps.
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Re: Social clubs A and B have the same number of members, but both the rat [#permalink]

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New post 16 Feb 2018, 07:37
Bunuel wrote:
Bunuel wrote:
MvArrow wrote:
Bunuel can you kindly explain to me what happens to the ratios when, for example in this problem, they "double"?

In club B we have Single/Married = 3/2, if the ratio of single women to married women in club B is twice that of club A what the original ratio becomes?


(Men:Women) in A = 1/1

(Men:Women) in B is twice that of A, so in B it's = 2*(1/1) = 2/1.


3. Fractions, Decimals, Ratios and Proportions



For more:
ALL YOU NEED FOR QUANT ! ! !
Ultimate GMAT Quantitative Megathread


Hope it helps.


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