1 chocolate cost is Rs.1 & if we return 3 wrapers(covers) of
chocolate we get 1 more chocolate. If u have Rs.15 how many
chocolates do u get...?
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Answer / suhail
I have Rs.15 = 15 Chocolates + 15 wrafers(covers)
give 15 wrafers = we will get 5 chocolates + 5 wrafers
give only 3 wrafers = we will get 1 chocolate + 1 wrafer
give remaining 2 wrafer along with new 1 wrafer = we will
get 1 more chocolate
so total = 15 + 5 + 1 + 1
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Answer / suhail baig
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Answer / durgesh singhal
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Answer / jaseem
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Answer / tanesh
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Answer / rekha
we get 15 chocalates for Rs.15... and in case returning the
wrappers we will get five chocalates more so totally we
have 20 choc's
|Is This Answer Correct ?||268 Yes||218 No|
Answer / sweeti
15 rupees we have we get (15 chocolates )each 1RS
15 CHOCOLATES = 15 WRAPPERS
15WRAPPERS/3= (5 CHOCOLATES)(3WRAPPERS=1 CHOCOLATE)
5 CHOCOLATES MEANS 5 WRAPPERS OF IT
FROM THEM 3WRAPPERS=(1CHOCOLATE )& REWMAINS 2 WRAPPERS
REMAINING 2 WRAPERS + 1 WRAPPER =3WRAPPER
3 WRAPPER =(1 CHOCOLATE)
HENCE 15 + 5 +1 +1 =22 CHOCOLATES
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Answer / kishor shivaji dhanawade.
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