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How many times is the original larger number bigger than the original smaller number?

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There are two numbers. One larger and the other is smaller. If we subtract half of the smaller number from both numbers then the resultant larger number is 3 times larger as large as the resultant with the orignianl smaller and its half.

How many times is the original larger number bigger than the original smaller number?

posted Sep 17, 2014 by Manish Tiwari

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Larger Number is Twice than the Smaller Number.

solution Nov 3, 2014 by anonymous
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4 is large no & 2 is small no

solution Nov 12, 2014 by Vishnu Sankar



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