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The following figure shows the data of students enrolled in $5$ years $(2014 to 2018)$ for two schools $P$ and $Q$. During this period, the ratio of the average number of the students enrolled in school $P$ to the average of the difference of the number of students enrolled in schools $P$ and $Q$ is _______.

                                           

  1. $8 : 23$
  2. $23 : 8$
  3. $23 : 31$
  4. $31 : 23$
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Total number of students enrolled in school P:   $3K+5K+5K+6K+4K=23K$

Total number of students enrolled in school Q:  $4K+7K+8K+7K+5K=31K$

Difference between the number of student enrolled in school P & school Q :  $31K-23K=8K$

Required ratio :  $\frac{23K}{8K}$

Option B is correct.
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