On A Certain Sight seeing Tour, The Ratio Of The Number

The text discusses various topics related to tourism, business, and travel. It mentions potential high cost of excursions, the necessary conditions for sight-seeing tours, the potential of virtual tours, the representation of women in the tourism industry, the importance of family status in planning trips, and the prevalence of different approaches to travel. It also touches on themes of gender and sexuality, with references to tourism targeted towards lesbian and gay individuals and a character who leads trips in India and Nepal. The text also mentions cultural tourism and the consideration of children in travel planning.

It seems that there is a lack of specific scholarly articles addressing the exact problem related to the ratio of women to children and men on a sight-seeing tour. However, I can still help you solve the problem using the information provided.

Let's analyze each statement:

  1. Statement (1) alone provides the ratio of children to men, but this is not sufficient to determine the number of men or women.

  2. Statement (2) alone tells us that the number of women is less than 30. This does not directly provide enough information to determine the number of men.

By combining both statements, we can use the given ratios to potentially determine the number of women, children, and men. With this combined information, we can solve for the number of men on the sight-seeing tour.

Therefore, the correct answer is "BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient."

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