Nisha Sharma posted an Question
August 07, 2021 • 13:12 pm 30 points
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[rr n5) income of a is 25% of income of b. income of b is 40% of income of c. if the sum of the monthly incomes of all of them is rs. 12000. find the monthly in

[RR N5) Income of A is 25% of income of B. Income of B is 40% of income of C. If the sum of the monthly incomes of all of them is Rs. 12000. Find the monthly income of A. of B. incomes of all (1) Rs. 8000 (3) Rs. 6000 (5) none of these (2) Rs. 3200 (4) Rs. 800 [Delhi Police, 2004] 126.30% income of A is equal to 20% of of 5 of B's income. If the income of B is Rs. 2400. Then what is the income of A ? (1) Rs. 1880 (3) Rs. 2160 (2) Rs. 1000 (4) Rs. 960 [RRB Muzaffarpur, 1997]1 127Ancome of A is 20% less than income of B and income of A is 10%% less than income of C. If the income of C is Rs. 180. Then the income of A will be-

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  • Rucha rajesh shingvekar best-answer

    127) Answer is 162

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    which step you have not understand tell me I will explain you

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    mam I haven't understood how u have taken out B as 112.5

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    For this type of question you can do 180-10%=162

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    For understanding purpose Income of A is 20% less than income of B. So for calculation of B's income A's income=B's income -20% of B's income so assume B's income =x 90=x-20x/100 90=80x/100 x=90*100/80

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