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A man’s income from interest and wages is Rs. 500. He doubles his investment and also gets increase of 50% in wages and his income increases to Rs. 800. What was his original income separately in terms of interest & wages?

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03 Jul 2017, 02:51
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A man’s income from interest and wages is Rs. 500. He doubles his investment and also gets increase of 50% in wages and his income increases to Rs. 800. What was his original income separately in terms of interest & wages?

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