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There were 420 sheets of paper in envelope A and 120 sheets of paper in envelope B. An equal number of sheets were removed from both the envelopes. Following this, envelope A had seven times as many sheets as envelope B. Find the number of sheets removed from each envelope.
Two cables A and B were 15 m and 9 m long respectively. 2 equal portions from both cables were cut off and used for some maintenance work. As a result, the length of cable B became `1/5` of the length of cable A. Find the length of the portion that was cut off from each cable. Notes to students: ...
There were 700 eggs in haystack X and 375 eggs in haystack Y. An equal number of eggs in each haystack hatched. The number of eggs in haystack Y then became `2/7` of the number of eggs in haystack X. Find the number of eggs that hatched in each haystack.
Elizabeth had `3/7` as many crayons as her sister, Winnie. Their aunt gave an equal number of crayons to each of them. Consequently, the number of crayons that Winnie had, became 170 and the number of crayons that Elizabeth had, became 90. How many crayons did their aunt give each one of them?
There were three times as many shirts as trousers in an apparel store at first When 847 shirts were sold, the number of trousers became four times as many as the number of shirts. How many trousers were there in the store?
The quantity of milk in a pitcher was six times the quantity of milk in a glass. 4.25 litres of milk from the pitcher was consumed. Now, the glass has three times as much milk as the pitcher. What was the quantity of milk in the pitcher at first? Notes to students: Round your answer off to 2 decimal places ...
There are 240 apples and watermelons in a juice parlour. The number of watermelons is 144 less than the number of apples. There are 48 more red apples than green apples. Determine the number of green apples.
The total number of monkeys and tigers in a zoo is 144. There are 68 less tigers than monkeys. The number of male tigers is 12 less than the number of female tigers. Find the number of female tigers in the zoo.
There are a total of 432 cards and marbles in a bag. The number of cards is 342 less than the number of marbles. There are 175 more blue marbles than red marbles. Calculate the number of blue marbles in the bag.