If the numerator of a fraction is increased by `400%` and the denominator is increased by `500%`, the resultant fractio

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Q 2223580441.     If the numerator of a fraction is increased by `400%` and the
denominator is increased by `500%`, the resultant fraction is `(10)/(21)` what was the original fraction?
IBPS-CLERK 2017 Mock Prelims
A

`5/(21)`

B

`8/(13)`

C

`(17)/(14)`

D

`4/7`

E

None of these

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