0
votes

Q. 16)

A fruit seller has a stock of mangoes, bananas and apples with at least one fruit of each type. At the beginning of a day, the number of mangoes make up $40 \%$ of his stock. That day, he sells half of the mangoes, 96 bananas and $40 \%$ of the apples. At the end of the day, he ends up selling $50 \%$ of the fruits. The smallest possible total number of fruits in the stock at the beginning of the day is

See all