# Rahil has a certain number of chocolates he gave one third of the chocolate to his brother one- sixth of it was given to his friend he was then left with 30 chocolate how many chocolate did he gave to each one

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2014-09-07T15:40:05+05:30
Let the total number of chocolates with Rahil be .
No. of chocolates given to brother =
No. of chocolates given to friend =
No. of chocolates remaining with Rahil =

⇒ - 30 = x/3 + x/6 - x (Transposing 30 to LHS, becomes - 30 and transposing x to RHS, becomes - x)
⇒30 = - x/3 - x/6 + x
⇒30 = - 2x/6 - x/6 + 6x/6
⇒30 = 3x/6
⇒3x = 6 * 30
⇒3x = 180
⇒x = 180/3
⇒x = 60
Total no. of chocolates with Rahil =
No. of chocolates given to brother =
No. of chocolates given to freind =
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2014-09-07T16:04:53+05:30
Total no. of chocolates with Rahil = x.
Chocolates given to brother = x/3
Chocolates given to friend = x/6.
Chocolates left  = 30
30 = - x/3 - x/6 + x
30 = (- 2x- x + 6x) / 6
30 = 3x / 6
3x = 6 * 30
3x = 180
x = 60
chocolates = 60
chocolates given to brother = 20
chocolates given to frened = 10