Two numbers are in the ratio 6:5. After adding 3 and 5 to them respectively the ratio becomes 2:3. Find the bigger number.

Let the two number’s be 6x and 5x. According to the question, => (6x+3)/(5x+5) = 2/3 => 18x + 9 = 10x + 10 => x = 1/8 So, the bigger number will be, => 6x = 6×(1/8) = 3/4

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