This practice test consists of allegations questions which are part of the CAT Quantitative section.
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A mixture of milk and water measures 60 litres. It contains 20% water. How many litres of water should be added to it so that water may be 25%?
A mixture of spirit and water measure 80 litres. It contains 20% water. How much water should be added to it so that water may be 25%
8 1/3 litres
6 1/3 litres
5 1/3 litres
7 1/3 litres
A man lent Rs.2000, part of this at 4% and the rest at 6% per annum simple interest. The whole annual interest amounted to Rs.92. How much did he lend at 6%?
A man invested Rs.2500 into two parts such that if one part be put out at 5% S.I. and other at 6%, the yearly income may be Rs.140. How much did he invest at 5%?
There are two vessels A and B in which the ratio of milk and water are as 5:2 and 8:7 respectively. Two litres are drawn from vessel A and 3 litres from vessel B, and are mixed in another empty vessel. What is the ratio of milk and water in it?
none of these
Two litres of mixture in which there is 2/5 of water and the rest spirit is mixed with five litres of mixture in which there is 1/3 of water and the rest spirit. What is the ratio of water and spirit in the new mixture?
One vessel contains a mixture of 5 parts pure wine and 3 parts soda, whereas the other vessel contains a mixture of 9 parts pure wine and 5 parts soda. Compare the strength of the wine.
One milk can contains a mixture of milk and water in the ratio 7:5 and the other contains the mixture of milk and water in which 2/5th is water. Compare their purity.
A woman sold 100 oranges at Rs.12.10P, some at the rate of 3 for 35P and the rest at 7 for 85P. How many were sold at the first rate?
A merchant has 100 kgs of sugar, part of which he sells at 7% profit and the rest at 17% profit. He gains 10 % on the whole. Find how much is sold at 7% profit?
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