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A rain drop fell from one leaf to another leaf and lost 1/4th of its volume. It then fell to another leaf..............

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A rain drop fell from one leaf to another leaf and lost 1/4th of its volume.
It then fell to another leaf and lost 1/5th of the volume.
It again fell on another leaf and lost 1/5th of the volume.
Now how much its volume?

posted Jul 14 by Anuradha Tabyal

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A rain drop fell from one leaf to another leaf and lost 1/4th of its volume. It then fell to another leaf and lost 1/5th of the volume. It again fell on another leaf and lost 1/5th of the volume.

This process kept repeating till it fell on the last leaf losing 1/75th of its volume.

Can you calculate the total percentage of loss from the initial volume when the drop has fallen to the last leaf ?

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