#4225. There are 950 employees in an organization., out of which 28% got promoted. How many employees got promoted?

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#4223. The sum of 15% of a positive number and 10% of the same number is 70. What is twice that number?

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#4222. A person incurred a loss of 55% on selling an article for $9549. What was the cost of the article?

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#4221. 15% of a positive number and 20% of the same number is 126. What is one-third of that number?

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#4218. In an examination, it is required to get 55% of the aggregate marks to pass. A student gets 520 marks and is declared failed by 5%. What are the maximum aggregate marks a student can get?

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#4216. 52% students from a college participated in a survey. What is the respective ratio of the number of students who did not participate in the survey to the number of students who participated?

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#4215. If the numerator of a certain fraction is increased by 100% and the denominator is increased by 200%, the new fraction thus formed is

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#4214. The numerator of a certain fraction is increased by 200% and the denominator is increased by 150%. The new fraction thus formed is

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#4213. 28% members of a group are married. What is the respective ratio of the number of married members to the number of unmarried members?

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#4212. In how many different ways can the letters of the word CREAM be arranged?

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#4211. A bucket contains 8 red, 3 blue, and 5 green marbles. If three marbles are drawn at random, what is the probability of none of them being red?

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