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In an examination, 9% of the candidates passed and 46 failed. How many candidates appeared?
Asked by saanvichhetri11 | 02 Dec, 2023, 12:32: AM
answered-by-expert Expert Answer
9% candidates passed.
That means 91% candidates failed.
Let the total number of candidates be A.
 
Then,
91% of x = 46
This gives x = 50.549
Number of candidates cannot be in decimal.
It will be either 50 or 51.
Answered by Rashmi Khot | 02 Dec, 2023, 04:13: PM
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