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April 17, 2010

Chocolates

A shop sells 1 chocolate at Rs:1 each, You can exchange 3 wrappers for a chocolate. If you have Rs:15, then how many chocolates can you totally get ?

Answer is 22 Chocolates

1) with Rs:15 you will get 15 chocolates --->15 wrappers
2)15 wrappers /3 = 5 chocolates ------> 5 wrapers
3) 5 wrappers /3 = 1 chocolate +2 wrappers------->3 wrappers
4) 3 wrappers / 3 = 1 chocolate

Total chocolates = 15+5+1+1 =22

Check also : How many Chocolates you will get if you have Rs. 45

8 comments:

André Meneses said...

15+5+1+1 = 22

Anonymous said...

15 chocs,
15 wafers /3 = 5 wafer= s -> 5 chocs,
5 wafers / 3 = 1 choc + 1 wafer
now 2 left wafers + 1 wafer = 3 wafers -> 1 choc

totally 15+5+1+1 = 22 chocs and 1 wafer being left with you.

Randy said...

Rs = 1
You have 15 Rs
You can therefor purchase 15 chocolates.
The value of the "wrappers" is another distraction and has nothing to do with the equation

Eldhose said...

Randy, we need to consider the value of wrappers also ....


answer is 22 Chocolates

Explanation

1) with Rs:15 you will get 15 chocolates --->15 wrapers

2)15 wrapers /3 = 5 chocolates ------> 5 wrapers

3) 5 wrapers /3 = 1 chocolate +2 wrapers------->3 wrapers

4) 3 wrapers / 3 = 1 chocolate

Total chocolates = 15+5+1+1 =22

Varun said...

22

Anonymous said...

ambiguous it doesn't say that buying a chocolate gives you a wrapper. but if it implies that then the answer is definately 22

Babu vincent said...

22

Ketan Doke said...

15rs che 45
45 wrappers return kele 15 milale
45+15=60
Again 15 wrappers return kele 5 milale
60+5=65,
5 wrappers madhun 3 return melee we get 1
Total=66
Urlele 2+1=3 ret and melee we get 1
66+1=67