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In Jar A, 180 L milk was mix with 36 L water.Some of this mixture was taken out from Jar A and put it in Jar B. If after adding 6 L of water in the mixture, the respective ratio between milk and water in Jar B was 5 : 2 respectively, what was the amount of mixture that was taken out from Jar A? 
A) 24 B) 54 C) 30 D) 36 Correct Answer : 36 Explanation : Ratio of milk and water in jar A = 180 L : 36 L = 5 : 1 So, Quantity of milk taken out from jar A = x*5/6 = 5x/6 Now, according to the question, 
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In what ratio should water be mixed with wine that costs Rs. 60 per litre so that after selling the resultant mixture at Rs.50 per litre, the profit will be 25%? 
A) 1 : 2
B) 2 : 3
C) 3 : 4
D) 4 : 5
Correct Answer : 1: 2 Explanation : Let X is the cost of pure wine. Then, So, wine of Rs. 40(CP) sold at Rs. 50(SP) Now, in Rs. 60 = 1 litre wine. 
In what ratio should water be mixed with wine, that costs Rs.60 per litre, so that the price of the resultant mixture is Rs.40 per litre? 
A) 2 : 3
B) 4 : 5
C) 3 : 4
D) 1 : 2
Correct Answer : 1 : 2 Explanation : By the rule of alligation: If two ingredients are mixed, then i.e. (Cheaper Quantity):(Dearer quantity)= (dm):(mc). C.P. of cheaper(in paise) ,Water c=0/lit Thus ,(Cheaper Quantity):(Dearer quantity)= (6040) / (40 0) 
16 litres of kerosene is mixed with 5 litres of petrol. The price of kerosene is Rs. 12 per litre and price of petrol is Rs. 33 per litre. The average price of the resultant mixture per litre is? 
A) 15 rs
B) 17 rs
C) 21 rs
D) 23 rs
Correct Answer : 17 rs Explanation : Average price of the resultant mixture= (16×12+5×33) / (16+5) 
There is 10% water in 100 liters mixture of milk and water. How much more water is to be added to the mixture so that the resultant solution contains 25% water? 
A) 15 litre
B) 20 litre
C) 10 litre
D) None of these
Correct Answer : 20 litre Explanation : There is 10% water in 100 liters mixture of milk and water. How much more water is to be added to the mixture so that the resultant solution contains 25% water? Initial Solution = 100 Let x is the water to be added to the mixture so that the new mixture must have 25% water new Solution = 100+x 10+x = 25% of (100+x) 
In what ratio should the wheat that costs Rs.7.50 per kg, be mixed with the wheat that costs Rs.11 per kg so that the resultant mixture costs Rs.8.25 per kg? 
A) 8 : 5
B) 9 : 7
C) 11 : 3
D) 10 : 3
Correct Answer : 11 : 3 Explanation : By the rule of alligation: If two ingredients are mixed, then i.e. (Cheaper Quantity):(Dearer quantity)= (dm):(mc). Thus ,(Cheaper Quantity):(Dearer quantity)= (1100825) / (825 750) 
How much water is to be mixed in 20 liters of 20% sugar solution so that the resultant solution contains 8% sugar? 
A) 10 liter
B) 20 liter
C) 24 liter
D) 30 liter
Correct Answer : 30 liter Explanation : Initial Solution = 20 liters(water+sugar) Let x is the water to be added to the mixture so that the new mixture must have ontains 8% sugar i.e. 92% water Thus,new Solution = 20+x 16+x = 92% of (20+x) 400+25x=460+23x 

In 1 litre mixture of sprit and water, 20% is water. How much sprit should be added, so that the proportion of water becomes 5%? 
A) 3 litres
B) 4 litres
C) 5 litres
D) 6 litres
Correct Answer : 3 litres 
There are two types of mixture of milk and water. In the first mixture, out of 27 ltr, 24 ltr is milk only and in the second mixture, 40 ltr is milk and 5 ltr is water. Which one mixture is better in terms of milk’s strength? 
A) First
B) Second
C) Same in both
D) Data insufficient
Correct Answer : Same in both 
An ore contains 25% of an alloy that has 90% copper. Other than this, in the remaining 75% of the ore, there is no copper. How many kilograms of the ore are needed to obtain 60 kg of pure copper? 
A) 250
B) 275
C) 300
D) 266.66
Correct Answer : 266.66 Explanation : Let there is 100 kg ore. 22.5 kg copper included in 100 kg of ore. 

The ratio of two liquids in a mixture is 3 : 5 and that in another mixture is 6:1. In what ratio these two mixtures must be mixed so as to make the ratio of the two liquids 7:3? 
A) 44 : 61
B) 44 : 71
C) 44 : 81
D) 44 : 91
Correct Answer : 44 : 91 Explanation : By the rule of alligation: If two ingredients are mixed, then i.e. (Cheaper Quantity):(Dearer quantity)= (dm):(mc). ratio of a liquid1 in mixture1, c=3/8 Thus ,Required ratio = (6/7  7/10) / (7/10  3/8) 
A mixture of 40 litres of milk and water contains 10% water. How much water should be added so that the water is 20% in the new mixture? 
A) 4 L
B) 7 L
C) 5 L
D) 8 L
Correct Answer : 5 L Explanation : Initial Solution = 40 Let x water be added then the new mixture must have 20% water Final Solution = 40+x 4+x = 20% of (40+x ) 
25 kg of alloy X is mixed with 125 kg of alloy Y. If the amount of lead and tin in the alloy X is the ratio 1 : 2 and the amount of lead and tin in the alloy Y is in the ratio 2 : 3, then what is the ratio of lead to tin in the mixture? 
A) 1 : 2
B) 2 : 3
C) 3 : 5
D) 7 : 11
Correct Answer : 7 : 11 Explanation : Alloy X Alloy Y When X and Y are mixed, then Ratio of lead to tin in the mixture = (175/3) / (275/3) = 175 : 275 = 7 : 11 
In what ratio must Rs 50 per kg salt be mixed with Rs 80 per kg salt to obtain a mixture worth of Rs 60 per kg? 
A) 1 : 2 B) 2 : 1 C) 1 : 1 D) 3 : 2 Correct Answer : 2 : 1 Explanation : The Required ratio = cp of biggest  mean price / mean price cp of lowest 