Hello J, I am confused with the language of the 2nd question. Can you clear? Thanks and Regards, Vaibhav Reply

It looks Like X has 5/3 times the money Y has. i.e. if Y has money = p then X has money = 5P/3 and 5p/3-P =40 so P =60. So Y has 60 and X has 100. Reply

“Happy as a dog with a bone to chew”. XD ðŸ˜€ Sir, you write very good. If there are any blogs you write, plz share. Regards, RZ Reply

Hello J,

I am confused with the language of the 2nd question. Can you clear?

Thanks and Regards,

Vaibhav

It looks Like X has 5/3 times the money Y has.

i.e. if Y has money = p

then X has money = 5P/3

and 5p/3-P =40 so P =60.

So Y has 60 and X has 100.

Yes Vaibhav, 40 is the difference. Y has 60 indeed. Typo ðŸ™‚

regards

J

“Happy as a dog with a bone to chew”. XD ðŸ˜€

Sir, you write very good. If there are any blogs you write, plz share.

Regards,

RZ