Each of four girls, A, B, C and D, had a few chocolates with her. A first gave 1/3rd of the chocolates with her to B, B gave 1/4th of what she then had to C and C gave 1/5th of what she then had to D. Finally, all the four girls had an equal number of chocolates. If A had 80 chocolates more than B initially, find the difference between the number of chocolates that C and D initially had
Correct Answer : A
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In what ratio must tea at Rs.62 per Kg be mixed with tea at Rs. 72 per Kg so that the mixture must be worth Rs. 64.50 per Kg?
Find prt:qsu, given that p:r=2:3, q:s=4:3, r:t=8:9, s:u=3:2 and t:q=3:4