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a is the answer<br />SRI REDDYhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08563269594325650326noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3995708021322576921.post-79412619079462911252012-09-10T17:05:12.846+05:302012-09-10T17:05:12.846+05:30@ Manoj and Karthik Reddy (Winner rs 50 mobile rec...@ Manoj and Karthik Reddy (Winner rs 50 mobile recharge free)<br />Thanks for your detailed answer. You both solved the problem with different approaches. All the best for your GATE preparation. Please contact me with your mobile number at examsavvy@gmail.comExamsavvyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02329946083779702875noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3995708021322576921.post-18082346724508042522012-09-10T05:10:26.816+05:302012-09-10T05:10:26.816+05:30answer:aanswer:aAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3995708021322576921.post-18836098594623370832012-09-09T22:28:19.003+05:302012-09-09T22:28:19.003+05:30it is option A 100
it is option A 100<br />anuhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16584448384459288572noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3995708021322576921.post-4312706990967921642012-09-06T21:19:38.198+05:302012-09-06T21:19:38.198+05:30A onlyA onlyVamshihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07666060169006318331noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3995708021322576921.post-15846586994923210582012-09-06T21:08:29.986+05:302012-09-06T21:08:29.986+05:30Option is A.
Let the question be solved in this wa...Option is A.<br />Let the question be solved in this way, supposing the total number of voters in village be x. <br />As 40% promised for P but only 25% turned back , for Q they promised 60% but only 35% votes are polled for him and remaining 25% for P.<br />So, P=25+25, Q=15+35<br />Now , the count is 50% each and now let X be the percentage of votes after poll, as per analogy X+X+2=100% or X=49% and other won by 51% out of 100% which means 100 votes polled.Karthik Reddynoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3995708021322576921.post-26745932541533592792012-09-06T19:12:07.366+05:302012-09-06T19:12:07.366+05:30
Let the number of voters = x.
the number of candi...<br />Let the number of voters = x.<br />the number of candidates which promised to vote for P = .4x<br />the no. of candidates promised to vote for Q = x-.4x=.6x<br />According to given condition,<br />15% of .4x voters went back on their promise to vote for P and instead voted for Q.<br />so:<br /> .4x * 15/100=.06x<br />25% of 60 voters went back on their promise to vote for Q and instead voted for P.<br />so: <br /> .6x * 25/100=.15x<br />the total no. of votes for P = .4x–.06x+.15x= .49x<br /><br />so as the total no. of Votes for Q =.6x+.06 – .15x = .51x<br /><br />Difference of Votes = .51x – .49x = 2<br /><br /> .02x=2<br /> x=2/.02<br /> x=100 <br />so there will be hundred voters<br />Also P lost by 2 Votes.<br /><br />⇒ Number of Voters were 100manojnoreply@blogger.com