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Given,   Total number of people = 50 lakhs Percentage of people who like cricket = 60% Percentage of people who like football = 30% Since remaining people like other games,  Percentage of people who like other games = {100 - (60 + 30) } = (100 - 90) = 10% 10% of the people like other games. Now,    Number of people who like cricket = 60% of 50 lakhs  Number of people who like football = 30% of...

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Let the amount of money Chameli had in the beginning = Rs. X She spends 75% of the money.  Percentage of money left = (100 - 75)% = 25% Since she has Rs. 600 left.  25% of X = 600 X =2400 Therefore, Chameli had Rs. 2400 with her in the beginning.

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Given, Win percentage of the team = 40% This means that they won 40 matches out of 100 matches played.  They won 10 matches out of   = 25 matches played. Therefore, they played a total of 25 matches in all.

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Given; 72% of 25 students are interested in mathematics  Percentage of students not interested in mathematics = (100 - 72)% = 28 %  The number of students not interested in mathematics = 28% of 25 Therefore, 7 students (out of 25) are not interested in mathematics.  

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To convert a ratio to a percentage, we multiply the ratio by 100%.  The required percentage of ratio 2:3 =     

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To convert a ratio to a percentage, we multiply the ratio by 100%.  The required percentage of the ratio 3:4 =     

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To find the ratio, we first make the quantities of the same unit. We know, Rs. 1 = 100 paisa.  Rs. 5 = 5x100 = 500 paisa Therefore, the required ratio =   = 1:10

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To find the ratio, we need to make both quantities of the same unit. We know, 1 km = 1000 m.   10 km = 10x1000 m = 10000 m Therefore the required ratio =   = 1 : 2000

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The ratio of the speed of cycle to the speed of scooter =  = 1:2
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