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Shiva bought flour equal to the weight of 20 apples and 15 oranges. If the weight of one apple is 20 g and the weight of one orange is 30 g, then how many grams of flour did he buy?

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850 g
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800 g
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500 g
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1000 g
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Solution

The correct option is A 850 g
Weight of one apple = 20 g
Therefore, Weight of 20 apples
= 20 × 20
= 400 g

Also, the weight of one orange = 30 g
Therefore, the weight of 15 oranges
= 15 × 30
= 450 g

So, grams of the flour Shiva bought
= 400 g + 450 g
= 850 g

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