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Re: The number that is 20 percent less than 300 is what percent [#permalink]
I have a very silly doubt, how do u assume which number is original? Its kind of confusing. Each sum assumes it differentky
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aishumurali wrote:
I have a very silly doubt, how do u assume which number is original? Its kind of confusing. Each sum assumes it differentky


In the end is easy

I suggest you to read the theory of our Quant book. We made for such doubts

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