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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Ai Tong School P5 SA1 2006 Math (Q48)

At the beginning of a party, the ratio of men to women was 4 : 3. There were 84 women. Later, some men left the party and the ratio of the number of remaining men to the number of women became 3 : 4. How many men left the party?


No. of men left the party -----
112 (men at first) – 63 (men remained) = 49 men left the party.

Answer: 49 men left the party.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It was quite an easy question. I hope Ai Tong would set tougher questions.