Quantity A |
Quantity B |

No. of men in the survey who like to read books | No. of women who don’t like to read books |

- A. Quantity A is greater.
- B. Quantity B is greater.
- C. The two quantities are equal.
- D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

**Answer: **C

**Explanation:**

Let the total number of people = 100.

No. of people who like reading books = 40% of 100 = 40. So, 60 people didn’t like to read the books.

No. of women = 40% of 100 = 40

So, no. of men = 60

For 2 sets question, use table method,

Given,

Like books | Don’t like books | Total | |

Men | ? | 60 | |

Women | 80% of 40 = 32 | 40 | |

Total | 40 | 60 | 100 |

From the table, we can find

Like books | Don’t like books | Total | |

Men | 8 | 52 | 60 |

Women | 80% of 40 = 32 | 8 | 40 |

Total | 40 | 60 | 100 |

From the table, No. of women who don’t like to read = 8 and Number of men who like to read = 8

Both the Quantities are equal.

**Hence the answer is C.**