# CAT 2014 | Question: 44

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John bought five toffees and ten chocolates together for forty rupees. Subsequently, he returned one toffee and got two chocolates in exchange. The price of an chocolate would be

1. $1$
2. $2$
3. $3$
4. $4$

let the price of toffee be x

and chocolate be y;

5x+10y=40;

x=2y(given)

10y+10y=40;

y=2

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