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    More Than Half Of The Members Of The Club Are Ladies If 4/7 Of Ladies And 7/11 Of The Gents Attended The Meeting , Then What Is The Samllest Number That Club Could Have?
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    14 chicks

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    hey , say me the procedure how u did it

    plz explain me in detail
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    7/11 is the ratio of men that show up. So the least amount of men that can be in the group is 11 since 7/11 can not be reduced. There was a ratio of 4/7 woman that showed up. 4/7 can not be reduced either so we must multiply 4/7 until there are more woman than men. if u multiply by 2 u get 8/14. therefore there are 14 woman in the group.
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    thank u man

    thank u man for giving me replay instantly

    with regards
    L.BHARATH KUMAR
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