Two numbers are respectively 30% and 50% more than a third number. First number is approximately how much percent less than the second number?

Let the third number be 100 First number = 100 + 30% of 100 = 130 Second number = 100 + 50% 0f 100 = 150 Required percent = 150-130/150*100 = 13.33%

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