There are two buckets, smaller bucket can hold only 3/5th of the water as compared to the larger bucket. If 6,000 buckets of larger capacity

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There are two buckets, smaller bucket can hold only 3/5th of the water as compared to the larger bucket. If 6,000 buckets of larger capacity are needed to fill a pond. Then how many smaller capacity buckets are needed to fill the same pond?

A) 8000 B) 10000 C) 12000 D) 15000

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Camila 1 month 2021-08-18T06:46:55+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2021-08-18T06:48:22+00:00

    Suppose that larger bucket 100 litres.

    3/5of100 :- 3/5×100= 60

    So, smaller bucket contain 60litre

    Now,6000 larger bucket use to fill a pond

    6000×100= 600000

    Smaller bucket= 600000/60

    =10000

    Hope helpful

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