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UTM<br /> BCA<br />Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />x20<br />x20<br />Step 2<br />3<br />15% =<br /> 20<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />3<br />15% =<br />X 60 = 9<br /> 20<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />3<br />15% =<br /> 20<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />3<br />15% =<br />X20 =3<br /> 20<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />3<br />15% =<br />20<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />3<br />15% =<br />20<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />3<br />30% =<br />10<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />3<br />30% =<br />10<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />3<br />30% =<br />10<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />3<br />30% =<br />10<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />3<br />30% =<br />10<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />3<br />30% =<br />10<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />Step 4<br />52 u 104<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />Step 4<br />52 u 104<br />1 u 104 ÷ 52 = 2<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />Step 4<br />52 u 104<br />1 u 104 ÷ 52 = 2<br />60 u 60 x 2 = 120<br />
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Tank X, Y and Z each contained some water. Tank X contains 3 times as much water as Tank Y. After 15% of the water in Tank X and 15% of Tank Y was poured in Tank Z, Tank Z had 30% more than before. If Tank Z had 104 litres of water, how many litres of water had Tank X at first ?<br /> UTM<br /> BCA<br />Step 1<br />Step 2<br />Step 3<br />Step 4<br />Step 4<br />52 u 104<br />1 u 104 ÷ 52 = 2<br />60 u 60 x 2 = 120<br />Ans: 120 litres<br />
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