a) d) ₹ 3000 & ₹ 1000

b) d) ₹ 2950 & ₹ 950

c) d) ₹ 2800 & ₹ 910

d) ₹ 2700 & ₹ 900

correct answer is: d) ₹ 2700 & ₹ 900

**Explanation**

Let, One part is ₹ x

\therefore Other part is ₹\left(3600\;-\;x\right)

Here,

One part ‘P’ =₹ x & other part ‘P’ =₹\left(3600\;-\;x\right)

One part ‘R’ = 9 % & other part ‘R’ = 10 %

T = 1 year _{[both]}

We know, S.I. =\frac{p\times r\times t}{100}

According to the question,

\left(\frac{x\times9\times1}{100}\right)+\{\frac{\left(3600\ -\ x\right)\times10\times1}{100}\} = ₹ 333

\rightarrow\frac{9x}{100}+\frac{\left(3600\ -\ 10x\right)}{100} = ₹ 333

\rightarrow\ \frac{9x\ +\left(36000\ -\ 10x\right)}{100} = ₹ 333

\rightarrow\ 9x+36000-10x=₹ 33300 _{[cross multiply]}

\rightarrow\left(-x+36000\right)= ₹ 33300

\rightarrow\ -x=₹\left(33300-36000\right)

\rightarrow\ x = ₹ 2700

\therefore One part is ₹ x or ₹ 2700 .

Other part is ₹\left(3600\;-\;x\right) or ₹\left(3600\;-\;2700\right) or ₹ 900 **Ans:** One part is ₹ 2700 & Other part is ₹ 900 .

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