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A small seminar hall can hold 100 chairs.Three different colours(red,blue and green) of chairs are available. The cost of a red chair is Rs.240, cost of a blue chair is Rs.260, and the cost of a green chair is Rs.300. The total cost of chair is Rs.25,000. Find atleast 3 different solution of the number of chairs in each colour to be purchased.
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A small seminar hall can hold 100 chairs.Three different colours(red,blue and green) of chairs are available. The cost of a red chair is Rs.240, cost of a blue chair is Rs.260, and the cost of a green chair is Rs.300. The total cost of chair is Rs.25,000. Find atleast 3 different solution of the number of chairs in each colour to be purchased.
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