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Namita
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2017-01-20 09:32:09
The sum of $3$ numbers is $132.$ If third number be one third of the first and the first number be twice the second, find the second number.
The sum of $3$ numbers is $132.$ If third number be one third of the first and the first number be twice the second, find the second number.
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jiju
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2017-01-21 20:35:39
Ratio of the numbers $=1:\dfrac{1}{2}:\dfrac{1}{3}=6:3:2$
Second number $=132×\dfrac{3}{11}=36$
Ratio of the numbers $=1:\dfrac{1}{2}:\dfrac{1}{3}=6:3:2$<br><br>Second number $=132×\dfrac{3}{11}=36$
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