Rahul verma Jul 10th, 2015 1 apple rs 6= total 5*6=30 rs 1 mango rs 5=total 8*5= 40 rs 1 orange rs 5= total 14*5=70 rs so aswer is 140 ok guys

jk Jul 15th, 2015 2 apples, 3 mangoes, 5 oranges = Rs 50 -------- (i) 5 apples, 8 mangoes, 14 oranges = Rs 140 --------(ii) now, (ii) minus [(i)x2] => 1 apple, 1 mango, 2 mangoes, 4 oranges = Rs 40 -------- (iii) if we subtract (iii) from (i) we get cost of 1 apple, 1 mango and 1 orange, which is Rs 10.

Sagar Mar 1st, 2017 2a+3m+5o=50 ----------eq1 5a+8m+14o=140---------eq2 (eq1)*3 - (eq1) = (a+m+o) = 50*3 - 140 = 10 So cost of 1 Apple + 1 Mango + 1 Orange is 10 Rupees

Anjali Aug 18th, 2017 We have 3 different fruits, means 3 variable, but have only 2 equationsData is insufficient to find out the requirement

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