In a class of 72 children, children are seated in rows and columns in such a way that the number of children in each row is 12.5% more than the number of children in each column. How many children are there in each row? 


(a) 
8 
(b) 
9 
(c) 
12 
(d) 
18 
In a class of 72 children, children are seated in rows and columns in such a way that the number of children in each row is 12.5% more than the number of children in each column. How many children are there in each row? 


(a) 
8 
(b) 
9 
(c) 
12 
(d) 
18 
Let the number of children in each column be . Then, number of children
in each row = 112 of
So, the number of children in each row =