**Q1. In first mixture, quantity of milk was 6 lit more than that of water. After adding 40 ltr of second mixture (having ratio of water to milk 3: 5) in the first mixture, ratio of water to milk in the final mixture becomes 9: 13. Find the total quantity of water in the final mixture. **

(a) 27 ltr

(b) 31.5 ltr

(c) 36 ltr

(d) 45 ltr

(e) None of these

**Q2. In 100 lit mixture of milk and water, milk is 68 lit more than that of water. When ‘a’ lit of milk is taken out and (a+15) lit of water is added, milk becomes 50% more than that of water. Find value of ‘a’?**

(a) 20

(b) 15

(c) 18

(d) 12

(e) 16

**Q3. A tank contains 384 liters mixture of milk & water in the ratio of 15 : 17. If X liters of mixture taken out and (X – 14) liters of milk & (X – 34) liters of water added in remaining mixture so ratio of milk & water becomes equal. Find quantity of milk in original mixture is what percent of total final mixture?**

(a) 40%

(b) 35%

(c) 45%

(d) 50%

(e) 25%

**Q4. Glass ‘A’ contains 400 ml sprite & glass ‘B’ contains 220 ml coke. 4X ml sprite taken out from ‘A’ and mixed in ‘B’ and then 3X ml mixture from ‘B’ taken out and poured into a vacant glass ‘C’. If ratio of coke to sprite in glass C is 11 : 4, then find remaining quantity of sprite in glass ‘B’?**

(a) 240 ml

(b) 60 ml

(c) 64 ml

(d) 80 ml

(e) 48 ml

**Q5. There are three vessels A , B and C, Vessel A and B filled with mixture of milk and Water in the ratio of 5 : 4 and 5 : 3 respectively. 25% of mixture from vessel A taken out and mixed in vessel C, which contains 45 lpure milk . If in resulting mixture milk is 250% more than water in vessel Cand initial quantity of mixture in vessel B is 20 l less than that of mixture in vessel A, then find the quantity of milk in vessel B?**

(a) 180 liters

(b) 120 liters

(c) 80 liters

(d) 100 liters

(e) 140 liters

**Q6. Veer sold a pen at Rs. 128 and cost price of that pen is Rs. x. If he gains (x – 20)% in this transaction, then at what price Veer should sold the pen to get a profit of 40% (in Rs.)?**

(a) 118

(b) 124

(c) 136

(d) 148

(e) 112

**Q7. Cost price of a jeans is 32.5% more than cost price of a shirt and cost price of jeans is increased by 30% and it sold in Rs. 4134 at the profit of 25%. If shirt marked up 15% above cost price, then find the marked price of shirt (in Rs.)?**

(a) 2200

(b) 2208

(c) 2280

(d) 2820

(e) 2082

**Q9. A vegetable seller has 230 quintals of tomatoes at the rate of Rs. 10 per kg and 20% of tomatoes were rotten in packaging and thrown away. If seller sold half of the remaining tomatoes at the rate of Rs. 20 per kg, then at what price (per kg) should seller sell the remaining tomatoes to gain a total profit of 15% on the total quantity seller had (in Rs./kg)?**

(a) 8.75

(b) 8.25

(c) 8.5

(d) 9.25

(e) 9.75

**Solutions**