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20% of a number is more than 10% of 650 by 40, what is the number?
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us assume the number to be X.  .2x – 65 = 40  .2X = 105  X = 105/.2  X = 525 answer.

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Sides of a triangle are in ratio of 1/3: ¼: 1/5, their perimeter is 94 CM, what is the smaller side?

Perimeter = sum of sides The let us take LCM of 3,4,5 = 60 Let us multiply the 3 ratios with 60 60*1/3 = 20, 60*1/4 = 15 and 60*1/5 = 12 We get new ratio: 20:15:12. Let us assume that the sides are 20x, 15x,12x. 20x+15x+12x = 94 47x =94, X = 2 Sides are : 40,30 & 24. The smaller side is 24 cm ans.
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us assume the numbers to be 3x & 4x.  Their LCM is 12x.  Thus 12 X = 180  X = 180/12 = 15  Numbers are : 15*3 = 45 and 15*4 =60 ans.
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Ratio of 2 numbers is 3:4. their LCM is 180. what are the numbers?

I have 2 types of rice: one costing Rs. 15 per kg, other costing Rs. 40 per kg. how should I mix these that my cost is 25 per KG.
MIXTURE

15

25
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40 10

15

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THE RICE SHOULD BE MIXED IN THE RATIO OF 15:10 OR 3:2 ANSWER.

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In a container containing 80 liters of milk 8 liters of milk is taken out and replaced by water. This process is continued 4 times, what is the quantity of milk now?
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* (1 – 8/80)^4  80*72/80*72/80*72/80*72/80 =52.5 approx.  Now 52.5 liters of milk is left out.
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A person invests 10000 in 4 different schemes. In one scheme, he got 3% on 2000, in another, he got 3.5% on 4000, 5% on 2500. His average returns are 3.85%. What is the 4th scheme?  Total earnings of the person are : 385
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Total investment (in 3schemes) = 8500 The 4th scheme had Rs. 1500 invested. Returns : 60 + 140 + 125 = 325. Thus in 4th scheme he got 60 against 1500 www.afterschoool.tk or 4% return.

A mixture of 70 liters of milk and water contains 10% water. How much water should be added so that water is 12.5% of the mixture?  Now milk is 63 and water 7 liters.

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Now milk is 63 and water 7 liters. Now we have to increase quantity of water to 12.5 or the quantity of milk will be 87.5%. In order to get the new quantity, let us multiply 63 (quantity of milk) with 100/87.5 63*100/87.5 = 72. (new total quantity) Thus 72-70= 2 liters of water is to be added. www.afterschoool.tk

A person earns 40%. What is the selling price to cost in %?
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us assume cost = 100  Profit = 40  Selling price = 140  Thus selling price is 140% of cost.

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Cost of an article is 40% of selling price. What percent of cost is selling price?
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us assume selling price = 100  Cost is 100*40/100 = 40  100/40 *100 = 250%  Thus selling price is 250% of cost.

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I earn 20% when I sell 20 blocks for Rs. 60. How much do I buy in Rs. 60?
Let us assume cost = 100. Profit = 20  Selling price = 100+20 = 120.  Thus cost of 20 blocks is : 60 *100/120 = 50.  Cost of 20 blocks is Rs. 50 (2.5 Rupees per block).  Thus in Rs. 60 I buy 60/2.5 = 24 blocks.

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I am authorised to add 30% in cost. I use defective weighing machine while selling. My weighing machine underweighs by 20%. I give 25% discount to customers. What is my profit in %?
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Let us assume that I am selling Rs. 1 per 1 Gram. When I sell 1000 grams, I am actually selling 800 grams. My cost is Rs. 800. My margin is : 30% (for 1000 grams) 300. My selling price is Rs. 1300. I give 25% discount – which is 1300*.75 = 975. thus I earn Rs. 175 at a costwww.afterschoool.tk profit is 21.87% of 800. My

A:B:C = 2:4:7 D:W:A: ½:3/5:3/4, What is ratio of C:D?
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ratio of DWA = LCM of 5,4,2 is 20. Let us multiply 20 to all these numbers:  New ratio: 10:12: 15.  A is common between these 2 ratios.  Multiply ABC by 15 and and DWA by 2.  ABC = 30:60:105; DWA: 20:24:30.  Thus D:C = 20:105 or 4:21 answer.

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