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Mixture and Alligation (in Hindi)
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In this lesson, we will discuss some Advanced Problems on Ratio and Proportion and Mixtures and Alligation.

Shubham Agrawal
IIT Roorkee Grad. IIM L |Dropout. SBI PO 2017 Topper and Dropout. Full Time Educator.

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1. Problems on Ratio and Proportion

2. About Me Shubham Agrawal IIT Roorkee 2013 graduate Left job to pursue my passion- Education

3. Sample Question -> Q. A, B and C start a business with investment of Rs. 50000 each. A remians in partnership for 9 months, B for 6 months and C for 12 months. Then, find the ratio of their profits.

4. Sample Question -> Q. A, B and C start a business with investment of Rs. 50000 each. A remians in partnership for 9 months, B for 6 months and C for 12 months. Then, find the ratio of their profits. -S C) 2 - 27

5. Sample Question -> Q. Three persons A, B, C rent the grazing of a park for Rs. 570. A puts in 126 oxen in the park for 3 months, B puts in 162 oxen for 5 months and C puts in 216 oxen for 4 months. What part of the rent should each person pay?

6. Sample Question -> Three persons A, B, C rent the grazing of a park for Rs. 570. A puts in 126 oxen in the park for 3 months, B puts in 162 oxen for 5 months and C puts in 216 oxen for 4 months. What part of the rent should each person pay? 20 S 2 en- 22 S7 D 3 73+81 364

7. Sample Question -> Q. . A, B and C each does certain investments for time periods in the ratio of 5: 6: 8. At the end of the business terms, they received the profit in the ratio of 5: 3: 12. Find the ratio of investments of A, F and C.

8. Sample Question -> Q. A, B and C each does certain investments for time periods in the ratio of 5: 6: 8. At the end of the business terms, they received the profit in the ratio of 5: 3: 12. Find the ratio of investments of A, B and C 2 D 2.6 2: 21 D

9. Sample Question -> In what proportion must sugar at Rs. 13.20 per kg be mixed with sugar at Rs. 13.65 per kg, so that the mixture be worth Rs. 13.40 a kg? Q.

10. Sample Question -> In what proportion must sugar at Rs. 13.20 per kg be mixed with sugar at Rs. 13.65 per kg, so that the mixture be worth Rs. 13.40 a kg? 13-4 (x+y) 13-2 13.6s 13 -21 f13 6S13-40+

11. Sample Question -> Q. 5 kg of rice at Rs. 6 per kg is mixed with 4 kg of rice to get a mixture costing Rs. 7 per kg. Find the price of the costlier rice