Populations of two Villages `X` and `Y` are in the ratio `5:7`, respectively. If the population of Village `Y` increase

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Q 2243645543.     Populations of two Villages `X` and `Y` are in the ratio `5:7`,
respectively. If the population of Village `Y` increases by
`25000` and the population of Village `X` remains unchanged
the respective ratio of their populations becomes `25 : 36`.
What is the population of Village `X`?
IBPS-CLERK 2017 Mock Prelims
A

`625000`

B

`675000`

C

`875000`

D

`900000`

E

None of these

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