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Alligation: Concept and Technique (in Hindi)
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Alligation: Concept and Technique: Very important for solving any problem of Alligation.

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Amar Sir
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The ratio of milk and water is 3:8.if we add x ltr of water the ratio becomes 5:4. And if we add 18 ltr of water the ratio becomes 4:5.find the value of x
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  1. A renowned faculty of Objective Mathematics; GD/Personal Interview General Studies Indian History Amar Sir An experience of 24 yrs of teaching a Jamshedpur, Ranchi, Bokaro and Sambalpur More than a thousand successful students in Bank/SSC/Railway/Civil Services |The slogan is:"Math Dikhta Hai"


  2. BANK PO SSC CGL RAILWAY MATHEMATICS ALLIGATION


  3. ALLIGATION By Amar Sir


  4. Concept lligation is related "A with rates" RTART All gation


  5. Concept 35 Kg Rs/Kg Rs/L M/S Km/H % profit/CP %Interest/Principal %Change/The Sum I (Rs./Kg) II (Rs./Kg) 30 20 I (Rs./Kg) 27 7 3


  6. 1. Question: A mixture of a certain quantity of milk with 16 liters of water is worth 90 P/ liter. If pure milk be worth 108 P per liter, then how much milk is there in the mixture? [__ 1 6 T [ Ans, (a) 80 ] (a) 80 liters (b) 60 liter (c) 90 liters (d) 75 liters (e) None of these


  7. 1. Question: A mixture of a certain quantity of milk with 16 liters of water is worth 90 P/ liter. If pure milk be worth 108 P/liter, how much milk is there in the mixture? [Ans. (a) 80] (a) 80 liters (b) 60 liter (c) 90 liter (d) 75 liters (e) None of these Solution: By method of Alligation 16 liters Water P/L) Milk (P/L) 108 Mean (P/L) 90 90 (90-0) 5 18 (108-90): 1 E 16 liters 5 80 liters Ans.


  8. 2. Question: 300 gm of sugar solution has 40% sugar in it. How much sugar should be added to make it 50% in the solution? [ 300 adT Ans, (a) 60 gm (a)60 gm (b) 65 gm (c) 50 gm (d) 55 gm (e) None of these


  9. 2. Question: 300 gm of sugar solution has 40% sugar in it. How much sugar should be added to make it 50% in the solution? (a) 60 gm (b) 65 gm (c) 50 gm (d) 55 grm (e) None of these [300 TRA Solution: First Method Second Method 120+2 1 180 50% 1 50% By method of Alligatio 2 300 gm I (S: W) (40%:60%) 40 X = 60 gm Ans. II (S: W) (100%:0%) 100 faar Third Method 5000 of (300+x)= 180 or, x= 60 gm Ans. Mean (S: W) (5090 : 5000) 50 50 (100-50) Or, 5 [Initial Solution]5300 gnm [Sugar added] 1?-60 gm Ans. 10 (50-40)


  10. 3. Question:The milk and water in two vessels A and B are in the ratio of 4:3 and 2:3 respectively. In what ratio the liquids in both the vessels are mixed to obtain a new mixture in vessel C containing half milk and h ? A alf wvater ? I [Ans. (a) 7:51 (a) 7:5 (b) 5:2 (c) 3:11 (d) 1:2 (e) None of these