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The price of a calculator in bookstore A is equal to the price of the same calculator in bookstore B. In the month of August, the price of the calculator was marked down in both bookstores. As a result, the price became $32 and $38 in bookstore A and B respectively. John bought 3 such calculators from each bookstore and found that he saved a total of $114 due to the markdowns in price. ...
The price of a tennis racquet in shop M was equal to the price of the same tennis racquet in shop N. A year-end sale had both the shops offering a discount on the racquet. After the discount, the racquet was available in shop M for $110 and in shop N for $120. A tennis academy saves $230 when purchasing 10 such racquets from each shop during the sale. How much money could the aca ...
Town X has a population of 248 people and Town Y has a population of 908 people. Some of the people from Town Y migrated to Town X to find work. As a result, the two towns have the same population now. Find the population of each town now.
A bucket contained 12.72 litres of oil. A jug contained 13.76 litres of oil. Gregory transferred some oil from the jug to the bucket until both containers had the same amount of oil. How much oil is there in each container now? Notes to students: ...
Adam has around 20 to 50 sweets. If he shares them equally among 8 friends, there will be a remainder of 3 sweets. If he shares them equally among 9 friends, there will be a remainder of 7 sweets. How many sweets does Adam have?
An equal number of girls and boys took part in a dance competition. 422 boys and 288 girls didn’t make it to the next round. The number of girls who made it to the next round was thrice the number of boys. Find the total number of boys and girls who took part in the dance competition altogether.
There was an equal number of Pine trees and Eucalyptus trees in a forest. After 621 Eucalyptus trees and 423 Pine trees were cut down, the number of Eucalyptus trees left was `1/7` of the number of Pine trees. How many trees were there in the forest at first?