There are 2 items combined cost is 110.. one item cost is
100 rupees more than the cost of other. So tell me
indiviual cost of items......
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Answer / dattatriya1987
5 and 105
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Answer / xyz
let a and b be two items.
now cost of b is 100 rupees more den a.
so we can write b=a+100.______(2)
therefore 4m (1) & (2)
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Answer / guest
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Answer / shndwn
105 & 5
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Answer / mubashir ahmed
hai iam mubashir the cost of a item is 105 and the cost of
another item is 5..becaz it is clearly mention that a is
100repees more then b that means in simple logic is
a + b = 110,
a = b + 100 (as a is 100 rupees more than b)
we can wright the second equatio from one as
b + 100 +b = 110
2b = 110 - 100
and a + 5 = 110 it means a = 110-5=105.
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Answer / guest
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Answer / noah paul
Mubashir Ahmed has given a correct and clear explanation.
The answer is : 105 & 5
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Answer / darlet
5 & 105
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Answer / madhusudhan
2 items combined cost is 110
1 item cost more than 100
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Answer / rashmi
10 and 100
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