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laxman saves 10% More than his expenditure and bhuwan spends 10% more than his savings if laxman savings is 10% more than bhuwan expenditure what is the ratio of incomes of laxman and bhuwa
Asked by rathorgaurav2945 | 21 Apr, 2024, 10:31: PM

Let Laxman's expenditure be x

If Laxman's savings is 10% more than his expenditure , then his savings = 1.1x

Laxman's income = savings + expenditure = 1.1 x + x = 2.1 x

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Let Bhuwan;s savings be y .

If Bhuwan's expenditure is 10% more than his savings , then his expenditure = 1.1y

Bhuwan's income = savings + expenditure = y + 1.1 y = 2.1 y

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If laxman's savings is 10% more than Bhuwan's expenditure , then

1.1 x = 1.1 × ( 1.1 y ) = 1.21 y

x/y = 1.1

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Ratio of Laxman's income to Bhuwan;s income = ( 2.1 x ) / ( 2.1 y ) = x / y = 1.1

Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 22 Apr, 2024, 08:37: AM

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