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    total bullets were 18

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    post more infosys puzzel

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    6...........................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vips View Post
    Three friends divided some bullets equally. After
    all of them shot 4 bullets the total number of bullets
    remaining is equal to the bullets each had after
    division. Find the original number divided.
    6,each had 2 wid them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vips View Post
    Three friends divided some bullets equally. After
    all of them shot 4 bullets the total number of bullets
    remaining is equal to the bullets each had after
    division. Find the original number divided.
    6,each had 2 wid them

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    divided is 2 and total no is 6

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    the original divided is four

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    Each had 6 bullets & total bullets were 18

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    Thumbs up pravallika fresher

    hey we can solve dis with assuming a variable X ,clearly its from q'n dat
    (x/3-4)+(x/3-4)+(x/3-4)=x/3
    then by solving we get x=2
    then total bullets =18
    its really simple 2 solve jst keenly hv a glance on q'n

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    Thumbs up pravallika fresher

    I m pravallika
    hey we can solve dis with assuming a variable X ,clearly its from q'n dat
    (x/3-4)+(x/3-4)+(x/3-4)=x/3
    then by solving we get x=2
    then total bullets =18
    its really simple 2 solve jst keenly hv a glance on q'n

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    Total number of bullets are 18, and each of them carried 6 bullets.

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    18.is tis correct.

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