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A man agrees to refund the loan of Tk. 20 in some parts. Each part is Tk. 2 more than the previous part. If the first part is Tk. 1, in how many parts will the man be able to refund that amount?

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A man agrees to refund the loan of Tk. 20 in some parts. Each part is Tk. 2 more than the previous part. If the first part is Tk. 1, in how many parts will the man be able to refund that amount?


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