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A Crate of Mangoes Contains One Bruised Mango for Every 30 Mangoes in the Crate. If 3 out of Every 4 Bruised Mangoes are Considered Unsalable, and there are 12 Unsalable Mangoes in the Crate, then How Many Mangoes are there in the Crate?

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Explanation

  • A crate of mangoes contains one bruised mango for every 30 mangoes.
  • If 3 out of every 4 bruised mangoes are considered unsalable.
  • and there are 12 unsalable mangoes in the crate

Let suppose the total mangoes in the crate is “y”. Then bruised mangoes in the crate will be y/30 (as given in the question: 1 bruised mango for every 30 mangoes).

Total unsaleable mangoes are given i.e. 12 so according to the question we can draw an equation;

3/4 x y/30 = 12

Through this equation we can easily determine total mangoes in the crate.

To Find

Total mangoes in the create = ?

Solution

Let suppose

Total mangoes = y

Bruised mangoes in the crate = y/30

Total unsaleable (given) = 12

3 out of every 4 bruised mangoes are unsaleable; so according to the question;

3/4 x y/30 = 12

y/40 = 12

y = 12 x 40

y = 480 mangoes answer

Conclusion

A crate of mangoes contains one bruised mango for every 30 mangoes in the crate. If 3 out of every 4 bruised mangoes are considered unsalable, and there are 12 unsalable mangoes in the crate, then there will be 480 mangoes in the crate.

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