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Practice problem for this lesson Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b. 9:25 . 51:88 d. 11:40 Dev, Surendra and Suraj were supposed to divide a certain sum in the ratio respectively. Instead, they divide it in the ratio 3 4 5 respectively. If in the process, Suraj received Rs 4550 more, find total amount: a. 261 00 b. 28200 c. 32200 d.36000

Preparing for CAT 2019 Beginner Course for Quant for CAT 2019 (+ Bonus Practice Quizzes) Bharat Gupta 16k followers In this Course, Bharat Gupta will be explaining Quantitative aptitude which is the backbone of every competitive exam. It is necessary to learn and understand every aspect of it. In this course Bharat Gupta will teach basic to advanced level of Quantitative aptitude. You will also get all shortcut tips and tricks to tackle a quant question along with option approach. This one course prepares you for all exams like CAT, OMET, SSC, BANK, CDS etc. The course will be conducted in English and the notes will also be provided in English. unacademy 24th January to 14th June 2019 About this course 60 hours of lve classes This course will include 60 sessions of 60 mins each. It will be taught from the basic to advance level required to clear CAT and other competitive Exams. Course includes more than 5000+ practice questions and Previous year questions to command the subject. The course will include the modules Arithmetic, Numbers, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Modern Maths etc. All the concepts will be covered along with the shortcut approach for solving questions. All the doubts and queries will be resolved in real time Private Discussion Forum v' Doubt clearing sessions and Live quizzes

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b. 9:25 c. 51:88 d. 11:40

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b. 9:25 c. 51:88 d. 11:40 3

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b.9:25 C. 51:88 d. 11:40 3 2

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b.9:25 C. 51:88 d. 11:40 3 2

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b.9:25 C. 51:88 d. 11:40 3 2

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b.9:25 C. 51:88 d. 11:40

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b.9:25 C. 51:88 d. 11:40 c= 3

Amit, Badal, Charan and David bought a certain number of oranges. David bought 1/3rd the number of oranges bought by other three. Badal bought 2/5th the number of oranges bought by other three, while Amit bought 1/4th the number bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of oranges, find the ratio of number of oranges bought by Charan to the total number of oranges bought by David and Badal. a. 37:75 b.9:25 C. 51:88 d. 11:40 37 37- c= 3

Dev, Surendra and Suraj were supposed to divide a certain sum in the ratio respectively. Instead, they divide it in the ratio 3:4:5 respectively. If in the process, Suraj received Rs 4550 more, find total amount: a. 26100 3 4 5 b. 28200 c. 32200 d. 36000 Aen3

Dev, Surendra and Suraj were supposed to divide a certain sum in the ratio respectively. Instead, they divide it in the ratio 3: 4: 5 respectively. If in the process, Suraj received Rs 4550 more, find total amount: a. 26100 b. 28200 c. 32200 d. 36000 Ach IS W

Preparing for CAT 2019 Beginner Course for Quant for CAT 2019 (+ Bonus Practice Quizzes) Bharat Gupta 16k followers In this Course, Bharat Gupta will be explaining Quantitative aptitude which is the backbone of every competitive exam. It is necessary to learn and understand every aspect of it. In this course Bharat Gupta will teach basic to advanced level of Quantitative aptitude. You will also get all shortcut tips and tricks to tackle a quant question along with option approach. This one course prepares you for all exams like CAT, OMET, SSC, BANK, CDS etc. The course will be conducted in English and the notes will also be provided in English. unacademy 24th January to 14th June 2019 About this course 60 hours of lve classes This course will include 60 sessions of 60 mins each. It will be taught from the basic to advance level required to clear CAT and other competitive Exams. Course includes more than 5000+ practice questions and Previous year questions to command the subject. The course will include the modules Arithmetic, Numbers, Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Modern Maths etc. All the concepts will be covered along with the shortcut approach for solving questions. All the doubts and queries will be resolved in real time Private Discussion Forum v' Doubt clearing sessions and Live quizzes

Next Lesson questions A tank has two compartments, I and II. Two taps X and Y, whose filling rates are in ratio of 2:1, are used to fill the tank. The ratio of the times taken by tap X to fill compartment I and tap Y to fill compartment Il is 16:25. Find the ratio of the times taken by tap X to fill compartment lI and tap Y to fill compartment I. a. 25:64b. 5:4 c. 4:5 d. 25 16 480 chairs having equal cost price, are categorized on three types of sections for selling purpose. The chairs are sold on 8 %, 10% & 12% profit respectively. The profit on first two sections is 9 %. Profit on all 3 sections is 11%. Calculate the number of chairs in the third section. a. 200 2 b. 250 C. 280 d. 300

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