# Aptitude - Races and Games - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Races and Games - General Questions (Q.No. 8)

8.

In a game of 100 points, A can give B 20 points and C 28 points. Then, B can give C:

Answer: Option

Explanation:

A : B = 100 : 80.

A : C = 100 : 72.

B | = | B | x | A | = | 80 | x | 100 | = | 10 | = | 100 | = 100 : 90. | |||||

C | A | C | 100 | 72 | 9 | 90 |

B can give C 10 points.

Discussion:

13 comments Page 2 of 2.
Pankaj said:
1 decade ago

If we have to calculate for b/c then we should do b/a * a/c to cancel a.

Hanumantharao said:
1 decade ago

Sorry can't understand why you are writing (B/A*A/C) why don't write (A/B*A/C) or (B/A*C/A) is there any reason please tell me?

Stilllearning said:
1 decade ago

I have never seen a question like this before. How are you suppose to know how many points each person has at the beginning?

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