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In an organization, 70% of the employees are male and x% of the male employees and 7% of the female employees are new employees. The total number of new employees who are male and old employees who are female is equal to the total number of old employees who are male and new employees who are female. Which of the following could be a possible value of pair of (x, y)? a. (50, 30) b. (40, 30) c. (45, 30) d. (35, 15) There are two distinct positive numbers a and b, such that a is q% greater than b and b is p% less than a. If a is increased by p% and then decreased by q%, it result in a positive number c, then which of the following is true? a c > a b. c< a .c a d. Can't be determined Pause the video, Note these questions Solve it, Watch its video solution

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In an organization, 70% of the employees are male and x% of the male employees and 7% of the female employees are new employees. The total number of new employees who are male and old employees who are female is equal to the total number of old employees who are male and new employees who are female. Which of the following could be a possible value of pair of (x, y)? a. (50, 30) b. (40, 30) . (45, 30) d. (35, 15)

In an organization, 70% of the employees are male and x% of the male employees and y% of the female employees are new employees. The total number of new employees who are male and old employees who are female is equal to the total number of old employees who are male and new employees who are female. Which of the following could be a possible value of pair of (x, y)? a. (50, 30) b. (40, 30) c. (45, 30) d. (35, 15) l od

In an organization, 70% of the employees are male and x% of the male employees and y% of the female employees are new employees. The total number of new employees who are male and old employees who are female is equal to the total number of old employees who are male and new employees who are female. Which of the following could be a possible value of pair of (x, y)? a. (50, 30) b. (40, 30) c. (45, 30) d. (35, 15) l od

In an organization, 70% of the employees are male and x% of the male employees and y% of the female employees are new employees. The total number of new employees who are male and old employees who are female is equal to the total number of old employees who are male and new employees who are female. Which of the following could be a possible value of pair of (x, y)? a. (50, 30) b. (40, 30) c. (45, 30) d. (35, 15) 10D Female ow employee, rule AA embl

In an organization, 70% of the employees are male and x% of the male employees and y% of the female employees are new employees. The total number of new employees who are male and old employees who are female is equal to the total number of old employees who are male and new employees who are female. Which of the following could be a possible value of pair of (x, y)? a. (50, 30) b. (40, 30) c. (45, 30) d. (35, 15) OD D (2SiS Bahs en Co

There are two distinct positive numbers a and b, such that a is q% greater than b and b is p% less than a. If a is increased by p% and then decreased by q%, it result in a positive number c, then which of the following is true? b. c< a d. Can't be determined lo II0 2 s O

There are two distinct positive numbers a and b, such that a is q% greater than b and b is p% less than a. If a is increased by p% and then decreased by q%, it result in a positive number c, then which of the following is true? a. c> a b. c< a c, c = a d. Can't be determined 2 0 a >c

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