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The Patel, Lopez, and Russo families all had parties recently

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The Patel, Lopez, and Russo families all had parties recently  [#permalink]

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The Patel, Lopez, and Russo families all had parties recently. There were 152 adults at the Lopez party. The ratio of adults to children at the Russo party was 5 to 4. What was the ratio of adults to children at the Patel party?

(1) The Russo party had 31 more adults than children, and 47 more adults than did the Patel party.

(2) The Patel party had 40 more children, though 4 fewer people in total, than did the Lopez party, where the ratio of adults to children was 8 to 5.
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Re: The Patel, Lopez, and Russo families all had parties recently  [#permalink]

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You can solve and determine number of adults in Patel party. But beyond that, there is Insufficient amount information to continue.
Insufficient.

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Ratio of adults to children is given for Lopez party. So, we can find the exact number of people they had. Which will give us total number of people at Patel party. Ratio of adult to children for Patel family can easily found with the remaining information.
Sufficient.

Hence, answer should be B.

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