What is the total number of students in a college?

Statement I. In the college 24% of the students are between 18 to 24 years of age, and 45% of the remaining are above 30 years of age group.

Statement II. Ratio between the students of age group between 18 to 24 years and between 24 to 30 years is 3 : 5.

Statement III. The ratio of teachers to students in the college is 2 : 55.

All these statements even together are not sufficient to answer the question because neither the number of students nor the number of teachers is given. Also, we don’t have the number of students of any age group.

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