option B) 95 ?

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Option 2

CBSE(60) ->

60<100 so, x=CBSE(70)

...................................80

............................................90

......................................................100

100 is not < 100 SO CBSE(100) Returns 100-1=99

cbse(90) returns 98

cbse(80) returns 97

cbse(70)returns 96

cbse(60) returns 95

therefore ans 95

CBSE(60) ->

60<100 so, x=CBSE(70)

...................................80

............................................90

......................................................100

100 is not < 100 SO CBSE(100) Returns 100-1=99

cbse(90) returns 98

cbse(80) returns 97

cbse(70)returns 96

cbse(60) returns 95

therefore ans 95