Ratio & Proportion Mcqs

MCQ: 4 singers, 5 dancers and 3 comperes divide an amount of Rs.130000 among themselves such that 3 comperes get as much as 2 dancers and 3 dancers get as much as 2 singers. Find the amount received by a singer.

  1. Rs.18000
  2. Rs.13000
  3. Rs.15000
  4. Rs.10000

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