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So no. of students are 25
no. of chocolates are 25 
no. of chocolates to be distributed are 25 - 1 = 24
each student should get 24/ 25 = 0.96 part of a chocolate i.e. 96 % of a single chocolate
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2014-06-27T22:56:06+05:30
Teacher has 25 chocolates.
if she wants one chocolate to remain in her bowl she needs to distribute 24 chocolates among 25 children
hence,
each child will get=24/25 chocolate=0.96 chocolate
hope i helped u:)
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