If m% of m + n% of n = 2% of (m× n), then what % of m is n? |
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a) |
50% |
b) |
75% |
c) |
100% |
d) |
cannot be determined |

If m% of m + n% of n = 2% of (m× n), then what % of m is n? |
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a) |
50% |
b) |
75% |
c) |
100% |
d) |
cannot be determined |

1 Answer

127 votes

According to problem, we have

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⇒is 100% of as well as is also 100% of (as

∴ 100% of

127 votes

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