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In a bag, there are 20 kg of fruits. If
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In a bag, there are
$20kg$
of fruits. If
$761 kg$
of these fruits be oranges and
$832 kg$
of these are apples and rest are grapes. Find the mass of the grapes in the bag.
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Total mass of fruits in the bag
$=20$
kg
Mass of oranges
$=761 =643 $
kg
Mass of the apples
$832 =326 $
kg
Therefore, Mass of the grapes
$=20−643 −326 $
$=6120−43−52 $
$=625 $
$=461 $
kg
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