*There are 3 persons Ram, Shyam and Ghanshyam. On some day, Ram lent books to Shyam and Ghanshyam as many as they had. After a month Shyam gave as many books to Ram and Ghanshyam as many as they had. After a month Ghanshyam did the same thing. At the end of this transaction each one of them had 24. Find the number of books each originally had?*

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Now Shyam had done that same thing, that is he gave 6 books to Ram and 24 books to Ghanshyam. So that means before the division effected by Shyam, the number of books held by Ram, Shyam and Ghanshyam were: 6, 42, 24.

Now Ram had also carried out the same process. That means he gave Shyam 21 books and Ghanshyam 12 books. So initially, Ram had 39 books, Shyam had 21 books and Ghanshyam had 12 books.

As I know…below is the original count

Ram – 39

Shyam – 21

Ghanshyam – 12

Ram has 39 books

Shyam has 21 books

Ghanshyam has 12 books

As per my solution

Ram -39 books

Shyam- 21 books

Ghanshyam- 12 books

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ram: 39

shyam:21

ghanshyam:12

Ram-39

Shyam-21

Ghanshyam-12 has Books

As per my solution-

Ram has 27 books

Shyam has 18 books

Ghanshyam has 3 books…

check your solutions shivnandan

regards

WordEx

yeah….got it.

Thanks for the explanation.