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Rahul purchases three objects of consecutive prices. The number of purchased objects are 1, 2 and 3. He pays............

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Rahul purchases three objects of consecutive prices. The number of purchased objects are 1, 2 and 3. He pays Rs 115 to shopkeeper. If all prices are taken in integers, then out of ten choices, what is the price of that object, whose 3 pieces are purchased?

posted Feb 11, 2016 by Pankaj Deshmukh

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Rahul Buys:

2 objects of 18 Rs each.(2X18 = 36)
1 object of 19 Rs.
3 objects of 20 Rs each. (3X20) = 60.

So his total is = 36+19+60 = 115

answer Feb 11, 2016 by Nivedita



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