5 years ago in Quantitative Aptitude

A number is increased by x%; to get back to the original number, it is to be reduces by?

[A] \[\frac{10}{100 + x} \%\]
[B] x %
[C] \[\frac{100}{100 + x} \%\]
[D] \[\frac{x}{100 + x} \%\]
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ram manohar
ram manohar - 2 years ago

ram manohar from Hyderabad, India is saying \[\frac{100}{100 + x} \%\] is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 2 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying \[\frac{100}{100 + x} \%\] is correct answer

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