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actually i dont understand

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but the squares look the same

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Ans is D. Formula to find the votes of candidate Z=Total number of votes-(Votes of candidates X and Y)=16936620-(5826740+3456990)=16936620-9283730=7652890. Now compare the number of votes of X and Y from the left, then compare the candidate who got more number of votes with Z in the same way:1:Comparing number of votes of candidates X and Y:5>3, so candidates X got more number of votes than candidate Y. 2:Comparing number of votes of candidates X and Z:7>5, so candidate Z won the election.

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what do you think doods

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how can the answer be a cap?

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