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A and B have certain amount of money. The sum of twice the amount A has and thrice the amount B has is equal to ₹ 1500.
How do you represent this as an equation?
[Consider, A has " a" and B has " b" amount of money.]



A

2a=3b+1500

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B

2a+3b=1500

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C

3a2b=1500

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D
2a+2a+3b+3b=1500
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Solution

The correct option is B

2a+3b=1500


Given, A has ₹ a and B has ₹ b.

Given that,
The sum of twice the amount A has and thrice the amount B has is equal to ₹ 1500.

Twice the amount of money A has will be 2×a=2a.

Thrice the amount of money B has will be 3×b=3b.

Now, on framing the above provided statement,
we get 2a+3b=1500.


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