The Repeated Variable Concept is derived from the Comparison Concept and the Part-Whole Concept . This concept is applicable when the problem deals with one or more variables that is repeated, i.e., it is related to more than 1 variable in the question. For example, A is 1/2 of B and B is 2/3 of C. Thus B is the repeated variable.

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