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Mixture and Allegation: More than 3 Components
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This lesson covers special type of questions which are asked in the exam. In this lesson, we deal with the questions where more than three things are mixed together to produce the new mixture. One question of profit & loss where one can apply the method of alligation has also been dealt with.

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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sir plz look into que no.33 i think answer is incorrect correct answer should be b) 2 & 3 2nd sentence is also correct reference page no.16 of ncert 7 plz correct me if i m wrong
Awadhesh Sharma
2 years ago
tributaries are supoorting rivers TO the main riversand distributaries are streams that originate or break up FROM the main river
Sir why normal proportional rule does not work here i.e a/b and c/d for proportion a:b c:d
isme kyu nhi apply ho rha ye rule.. concentrtion of the wines a, b, c are 10%, 20% and 30%. they are mixed in ratio 2:3:x resulting in a 23% concentration solution. find x.

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  4. PROBLEM.9 In what proportion may three kinds of tea of prices @ Rs. 50, Rs. 70 and Rs. 80 per kg be mixed to produce a mixture worth Rs 60 per kg Soln: 50 70 80 60 20/ 10 10 10 30 10 10 3:1:1 is the answer

  5. PROBLEM 10: In what proportion may three kinds of rice bought @ Rs.6, Rs.10, Rs.14 per kg be mixed to produce a mixture which would earn 40% on selling it at Rs.11.20 per kg? Soln: SP= Rs.11.20 Profit=40% So, CP=11 .20*100/1 40=Rs 8 per kg 10 14 6 2 2 2 2 2 So, answer is 4:1:1

  6. Problems Based on Profit and Loss

  7. PROBLEM:11 A shopkeeper has 50 kgs of rice. He sells a part of it at 20% profit and the rest at 40% profit. If he gains 25% on the whole, find the quantity of each part Soln: 20% 40% 25% 15% 5% Ratio 3:1 So quantity sold at 20% profit= (%)*50=37.5 kgs And quantity sold at 40% profit= 50-375-12.5 kgs.


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