A likes 4 times the number of chocolates liked by B. B likes 4 less than the number of chocolates liked by C. If the number of chocolates liked by C is 24, find how many chocolates are liked by A and B?

Since C likes 24 chocolates B will like 20 chocolates because they are telling 4 less (less is another word for subtract) so we minus 24 and 4=
20. A likes 4 times the number of chocolates loved by B (times is another word for multiply) so we multiply 20 and 4= 80 so.....
A likes 80 and B likes 20. ;)

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ida mary

20/09/2014 3:01am

B likes 20 and A likes 80.

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shaffun

20/09/2014 7:59am

calvins answer is correct

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Rahul

20/09/2014 8:34am

Ans B likes 20 chocolates and A likes 80 chocolates

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Eesha

23/09/2014 9:04am

The number of chocolates liked by A and B are 80 and 20, as we have to subtract and multiply.

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abhaykrishna

24/09/2014 9:07am

Number of chocolates C liked is 24.
B likes 4 less than C so 24-4=20
A likes 4 times of B so 20*4=80

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marik

25/09/2014 9:56am

Abhay's comment is correct

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jashan

26/09/2014 3:47am

this is really easy first b likes 4 less choclates so 24-4=20
a likes 4 times more than b so 20x4=80

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rhys

27/09/2014 5:08am

C =24
B = 20 (24-4)
A = 80 (20*4)

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Krista

27/09/2014 5:58am

A likes80 AND B likes 20.

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Nicole Morenas

03/10/2014 7:14am

A=80 chocolates
B=20 chocolates
C=24 chocolates

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Harsh.Harikumar.Nair

06/10/2014 9:06am

No.of chocolates liked by C=24
No.of chocolates liked by B=20
No.of chocolates liked by A=80
Ans- A likes 80 and B likes 20.