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In an election 1140 people voted.

Mr A & Mr B polled 675 votes.

Mr B & Mrs K polled 862 votes.

How many votes did each one get?

Sep 25th, 2014

Mr A and Mr B = 675 votes

Mr B and Mrs K = 862 votes

Now 

Mr B and Mrs K's votes each are

Mr B = 862/2 = 431 votes                   Mrs K = 862/2 = 431 votes

Now

Mr A's votes are

Mr A = Mr A and Mr B's votes   -   Mr B's votes

        = 675 votes   -     431 votes

Mr A = 244 votes

Hence 

Mr A = 244 votes              Mrs K = 431 votes                 Mr B = 431 votes

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