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The denominator of a fraction exceeds its numerator by 3. If the numerator and denominator are both increased by 2 the new fraction becomes 4/5 Find the original fraction. ​

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Answer:

Answer:

  • The Original Fraction is 10/13.

Given,

  • The denominator of a fraction exceeds its numerator by 3.
  • If the numerator and denominator are both increased by 2 the new fraction becomes 4/5.

To Find,

  • The original fraction.

Solution,

Let's,

  • The numerator = x

So,

  • The denominator = x + 3

According To Question,

The Numerator = x

  • The Numerator of Fraction = 10

The Denominator = x + 3

  • The Denominator of Fraction = 13

So, The Original Fraction is 10/13.

Required Answer,

  • The Original Fraction is 10/13.
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