Amrita thinks of a number. she doubles it adds 9 divides her answer by 3 and finally subtracts 1 she obtains the same number she originally thought of. what was amrita’s number?

Question: Amrita thinks of a number. She doubles it, adds
9
, divides her answer by
3
and finally subtracts
1
She obtains the same number she originally thought of.

What was Amrita’s number?

Answer: Ste 1: twofold the No. 6*6= 12

Include 6 = 18

Gap by 2 = 9

take away the No you thought first = 9–6 =3

The rationale is basic, at first you have multiplied the No. in sync 3 you are taking out the multiplying in sync 1 by partitioning.

in sync 4 you are again deducting the Actual No., this gives the No 6 alone and as you have separated the 6 in sync 2 the and will be 3 in every case-independent on No.

The rationale is the thing that ever No, you are including stage 2, The Ans will be actually 50% of that.

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