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# Aaryan has Rs 50 and saves Rs 5.50 each week. Charan has Rs 18.50 and saves Rs7.75 each week. After how many weeks will Aaryan and Charan have saved the same amount ?

Hint:

### ○ Form the equation according to given information..

○ Take variable values as x or any alphabet.

○ Solve the equation to get value of x.

## The correct answer is: ⇒ x = 14

### ○ Given:

Aaryan has Rs 50 and saves Rs. 5.50 each week.

Charan has Rs 18.50 and saves Rs. 7.75 each week..

○ Step 1:

○ Let the number of weeks after week they have same amount be x.

So, after x week Aaryan saving will be equal to,

50 + 5.50x

And, after x weeks charan saving will be equal to,

18.50 + 7.75 x

○ Step 2:

○ Equate the saving of Aaryan and Charan.

50 + 5.50x = 18.50 + 7.75 x

50 - 18.50 = 7.75x - 5.50x

31.50 = 2.25x

x =

x = 14

- Final Answer:

Hence, after 14 weeks their saving will be same.

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