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1. Weight of a cow and a buffalo are in the ratio of 4:5. Cow's weight increases by 10% and the total weight of cow and buffalo together becomes 82.8 kg, with an increase of 15% by what percent does the weight of the buffalo increase?
(A): 19%
(B): 20%
(C): 27%
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