1)A vessel contains 60 liters of a mixture of milk and water in the ratio of 13:2. How much water has to be added to it so that the ratio of milk and water in the resultant mixture may be 4:1?

a)5 liters

b)6 liters

c)4 liters

d)3 liters

a

2) A, B and C invest capital in a business in the ratio A: B = 2:3, and B: C = 2:5. What will be A’s share out of a total profit of Rs 1000?

a)Rs. 350

b)Rs.240

c)Rs. 160

d)Rs.180

c

3) The ratio of incomes of A and B is 5:3 and that of their expenditures is 8:5. If their saving are in the ratio of 2:1 and their total saving is Rs. 3600, then the income of A is

A) Rs. 12000

b) Rs.7200

c) Rs.7800

d) Rd.9100

a

4) Tea costing Rs. 25 a kg is mixed with tea costing Rs 30 a kg in the ratio of 3:1 .The cost of 14 kg of the mixture

a)Rs 350.50

b)Rs. 367.50

c)Rs.300.50

d)Rs.390.50

b

5)A mixture of 40 liters contains wine and water in the ratio 5:3. How much water should be added to the mixture so that the ratio becomes 5:4?

a)4 liters

b)5 liters

c)10 liters

d)15 liters

b

6)The sides of a triangle are in the ratio 2:3:4 and its perimeter is 36cm. The greatest side of the triangle is

a)8cm

b)16cm

c)12cm

d)18cm

b

7)The ratio of the radius of two circle is 1:3, the ratio of their areas is

a)1:3

b)1:6

c)1:9

d)2:16

c

8)The ratio of boys & girls in a school is 4:3. If there are 360 girls in the school, then the number of boys is:

a)480

b)640

c)840

d)720

a

9)The angles of a triangle are in the ratio of 3:4:5. The smaller angle is:

a)45o

b)60o

c)750

d)30o

a

10)An amount of money is to be distributed among X, Y, and Z in the ratio 3:7:11. The difference between Y’s and Z’s share is Rs.1600, what is the total of X’s and Y’s share?

a)Rs.5600

b)Rs.4800

c)Rs.4400

d)Rs.2,100

e)None of these

e