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Now we have to find out how many 10 rupee notes can we have in one and a half thousand rupees.

As we know that the total amount in a ten rupee note is equal to 10 Rs.

So, total amount in a ten rupee note = 10 Rs.

As we know that one thousand rupees = 1000 Rs.

So one and a half thousand rupees = $\left( {1\dfrac{1}{2}} \right)1000$ Rs.

Now simplify it we have,

So one and a half thousand rupees = $\left( {\dfrac{{2 + 1}}{2}} \right)1000$ Rs.

So one and a half thousand rupees = $\left( {\dfrac{3}{2}} \right)1000 = 1500$ Rs.

So the total amount in one and a half thousand rupees = 1500 Rs.

Now the total number of ten rupee notes is the ratio of total amount in one and a half thousand rupees to the total amount in a ten rupee note.

Therefore, total number of ten rupee notes = $\dfrac{{{\text{total amount in one and a half thousand rupee}}}}{{{\text{total amount in a ten rupee note}}}}$

Now substitute the values we have,

Therefore, total number of ten rupee notes = $\dfrac{{1500}}{{10}} = 150$ Notes