# A drum of kerosene oil is 3/4 full. When 15 litres of oil is drawn from it, it is 7/12 full.Find the total capacity of the drum ?

90 litres.

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To find the total capacity of the drum, we can set up the equation:

(3/4)x - 15 = (7/12)x

Solving for x:

(3/4)x - (7/12)x = 15 (9/12)x - (7/12)x = 15 (2/12)x = 15 x = 15 * (12/2) x = 90

So, the total capacity of the drum is 90 litres.

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