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Aisha’s income in 2004 was 20 percent greater than her income in 2003.

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Aisha’s income in 2004 was 20 percent greater than her income in 2003. What is the ratio of Aisha’s income in 2004 to her income in 2003 ?

A. 1 to 5
B. 5 to 6
C. 6 to 5
D. 5 to 1
E. 20 to 1

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+1 for C.

Aisha’s income in 2003 = 100 (Let)
Aisha’s income in 2004 = 120 (20% greater than her income in 2003)

Income of 2004 / Income of 2003 = 120 / 100 = 6/5

Hence, C.
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Bunuel wrote:
Aisha’s income in 2004 was 20 percent greater than her income in 2003. What is the ratio of Aisha’s income in 2004 to her income in 2003 ?

A. 1 to 5
B. 5 to 6
C. 6 to 5
D. 5 to 1
E. 20 to 1



Let assume the income of both the years.

2003 = 100 $
2004 = 120 $................( 20% greater)

Ratio = 120 /100

= 6 : 5

The best answer is C.
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Bunuel wrote:
Aisha’s income in 2004 was 20 percent greater than her income in 2003. What is the ratio of Aisha’s income in 2004 to her income in 2003 ?

A. 1 to 5
B. 5 to 6
C. 6 to 5
D. 5 to 1
E. 20 to 1


120 : 100

= 6:5 , Answer must be (C)
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