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Q1.

In a mixture of milk and water the proportion of

water by weight was 75%. If In the 60 gms mixture 15

gms. water was added, what would be the percentage

of water in the new mixture ?

(a)75

(b)88

(c)90

(d)100

(e) None of these

Q2.

Sri Ganesh bought 40kgs of wheat at 12.50 per kg and

25 kgs of it at Rs. 15.10 per kg. He mixed them

together. At what rate should he sell the mixture to

earn 10% profit ?

(a)Rs. 13.50

(b)Rs. 13.25

(c)Rs. 14.75

(d)Rs. 14.85

(e) None of these

Q3.

Manish bought 25 kg of rice at Rs. 32 per kg and 15 kg

of rice at Rs. 36 per kg. What profit did he get when he

mixed the two varieties together and sold it at Rs.

40.20 per kg ?

(a)25%

(b)40%

(c)30%

(d)20%

(e) None of these

Q4.

A vessel contains 100 litres mixture of milk and water

in the respective ratio of 22:3. 40 liters of the mixture

is taken out from the vessel and 4.8 litres of pure milk

and pure water each is added to the mixture . By what

percentage the quantity of water in the final mixture

less then the quantity of milk?

(a)78.5

(b)79.167

(c)72.83

(d)76

(e)77.5

Q5.

There was 120 litres of pure milk in a vessel. Some

quantity of milk was taken out and replaced with 23

litres of water in such a way that the resultant ratio

between the quantities of milk and water in the

mixture was 4:1 respectively. Again 23 litres of the

mixture was taken out and replaced with 27 litres of

water. What is the respective ratio of milk and water

in the resultant mixture ?

(a) 58 : 37

(b) 116 : 69

(c) 69 : 43

(d) 101 : 37

(e) 368 : 227

Q6.

18 litres of pure water was added to a vessel

containing 80 litres of pure milk. 49 litres of the

resultant mixture was then sold and some more

quantity of pure milk and pure water was added to

the vessel in the respective ratio of 2:1. If the resultant

respective ratio of milk and water in the vessel was

4:1, what was the quantity of pure milk added in the

vessel ? (in litres)

(a)4

(b)8

(c)10

(d)12

(e)2

Q7.

In a vessel, there is a mixture of apple, orange and

mango juices in the ratio of 3 : 5 : 4 respectively. A

quantity of 12 litres from the mixture is replaced by 8

litres of apple juice. Thereafter the quantities of apple

and orange juices in the resultant, mixture become

same. Find out the initial quantity of mixture in the

vessel.

(a) 76 litres

(b) 65 litres

(c) 60 litres

(d) 80 litres

(e) None of these

Q8.

A vessel contains a mixture of Grapes, Pineapple and

Banana juices in the respective ratio of 4:6:5. 15 litres

of this mixture is taken out and 8 litres of grape juice

and 2 litres of pineapple juice is added to the vessel. If

the resultant quantity of grape juice is 10 litres less

than the resultant quantity of pineapple juice, what

was the initial quantity of mixture in the vessel ? (in

litres)

(a)120

(b)150

(c)105

(d)135

(e)90

Q9.

A 20 litre mixture contains milk and water in the

respective ratio of 3 : 2. Then 10 litres of the mixture

is removed and replaced with pure milk and the

operation is repeated once more. At the end of the two

removals and replacements, what is the ratio of milk

and water in the resultant mixture respectively?

(a) 17 : 3

(b) 9 : 1

(c) 4 : 17

(d) 5 : 3

(e) 3 : 14

Q10.

A jar has 60 litres of milk. From the jar, 12 litres of

milk was taken out and replaced by an equal amount

of water. If 12 litres of the newly formed mixture is

taken out of the jar, what is the final quantity of milk

left in the jar?.

(a) 38.4 litres

(b) 40 litres

(c) 36 litres

(d) 28.6 litres

(e) 36.5 litres