## The students of a university were classified according to faculty and gender. 60% of total 40,000 students were boys. The number of gir

The students of a university were classified according to faculty and gender. 60% of total 40,000

students were boys. The number of girls in engineering faculty was three times the number of

girls in commerce faculty. 15% and 10% of the total number of university students were boys

and girls respectively who belonged to medical faculty. 20% of the total number of students in

the university belonged to faculty of science and among these students, the number of girls were

one-seventh of the number of boys. 7% and 17% of the total number of students of arts faculty

were boys and girls respectively. 3.75% of the total number of students of the university belonged

to the commerce faculty and the proportion of boys and girls among them was 3:7.

Present the above data in an appropriate table.

## Answers ( )

Answer:Many scholars and policymakers have noted that the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) have remained predominantly male with historically low participation among women since the origins of these fields during the Age of Enlightenment.

Biochemist Ainhoa Murua Ugarte at work in her lab

Scholars are exploring the various reasons for the continued existence of this gender disparity in STEM fields. Those who view this disparity as resulting from discriminatory forces are also seeking ways to redress this disparity within STEM fields (these typically construed as well-compensated, high-status professions with universal career appeal