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Basic Formula and Questions
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This lesson starts with the very basic part of mixture and alligation. We come to know what exactly is the mixture and alligation. Some basic formulas and questions have been dealt in this lesson.

Abhishek Kumar
Love to explore life| UPSC Aspirant| Cleared SBI PO| Cleared BOB PO| NDA, AFCAT exam| Attended SSB thrice| Worked as Software engineer IBM

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Madhu Raghav
a year ago
hello shristi sharma welcome you to here as you know about EGO-MEANS' I' 'I' is the greatest concern in the egoist mind EGOIST(swarthi)-means me first
Shristi sharma
a year ago
okk mam right mam confusion door ho gya hai ab aaghe koi problem hui to jarur puchnungi mam.
तीन ग्लासों की धारिताओं का अनुपात 1:2:3 है, इनमे अल्कोहल तथा पानी के मिश्रण भरे हैं।पहले,दूसरे,तथा टिस्ट गिलास में अल्कोहल तथा पानी का अनुपात क्रमशः 1:5, 3:5 , 5:7 है। इन ग्लासों के मिश्रणों को अन्य बर्तन में डाल दिया जाता है।उस नए बर्तन में अल्कोहल तथा पानी का अनुपात बताये।
please solve this sir...if possible
  1. MIXTURE & ALLIGATION BASICS Presented By: Abhishek Kumar

  2. ABOUT ME: oCompleted B.Tech Cleared Bank Of Baroda Cleared SSC CHSL oUPSC Aspirant oCurrently working in IBM India o Email- bitus 1 oFollow: 1424

  3. TARGET AUDIENCE oBanking aspirant oSSC Aspirant

  4. CONCEPTS: Mixture: Mixing of two or more than two type of quantities gives us a mixture. Quantities of these elements can be expressed as percentage or ratio or fraction. Alligation: It is the rule that enables us to find the ratio in which two or more ingredients at the given price must be mixed to produce a mixture of desired price

  5. ALLIGATION RULE: When two elements are mixed to make a mixture and one of the elements is cheaper and other one is costlier then, Quantity of Cheaper Quantity of Costlier CP of Costlier-Mean Price Mean Price -(P of Cheaper

  6. LAYOUT: CP of Cheaper CP of Costlier Mean Price M -C

  7. PROBLEM:1 In what proportion must rice at Rs3.10 per kg be mixed with rice at Rs3.60 per kg, so that the mixture be worth Rs3.25 a kg? Soln: C.P. of 1 kg cheaper rice C.P. of 1 kg dearer rice 310 360 Mean price (325 paise) 35 15 they must be mixed in the ratio 7:3.

  8. PROBLEM 2; In what ratio must a grocer mix two varieties of pulses costing Rs. 15 and Rs. 20 per kg respectively so as to get a mixture worth Rs. 16.50 kg? Soln: By the rule of alligation: Cost of 1 kg pulses of 1st kind Rs. 15 Cost of 1 kg pulses of 2nd kind Rs. 20 Mean Price Rs. 16.50 88016 3.50 1.50 Required rate = 3.50 : 1.50 = 7 : 3.


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