# Ratio GCSE Higher Question

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Ratio AQA GCSE HIgher Question

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 Nov 15, 2011 Rating sudhanshu.cochin@gmail.com by: sudhanshu kumar X is increased by 25% so, (125/100)*x = 5X/4 Y is decreased by 20% so, (80/100)*Y = 4Y/5 both amount are same so, 5X/4 = 4Y/5 => X/Y = 4*4/(5*5) = 16/25 so, X:Y = 16:25

 Nov 15, 2011 Rating sudhanshu.cochin@gmail.com by: sudhanshu kumar X is increased by 25% so, (125/100)*x = 5X/4 Y is decreased by 20% so, (80/100)*Y = 4Y/5 both amount are same so, 5X/4 = 4Y/5 => X/Y = 4*4/(5*5) = 16/25 so, X:Y = 16:25

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