# Mixture and Alligations

## Mixture and Alligations – Profit & Loss Type Questions

In this post we will to solve profit and loss questions using Mixtures and Alligation concept. Using the concept will help us to solve question fast which will help save time in the examination hall. All the questions are solved step by step for your understanding. But in case if you feel lost, i will …

## Mixtures and Alligations MCQ -01

This page contain important multiple choice questions of the chapter mixtures and alligations. All the questions are previously asked in quantitative aptitude exams so make sure you can solve each of them. If you face any difficulty solving the above question, i will suggest you to read the theory first as it will help you …

## Mixing Liquids – Mixture and Alligations-01

(01) Three glasses of equal volume contain acid mixed with water. The ratio of acid and water are 2: 3, 3: 4, and 4: 5 respectively, contents of these glasses are poured in large vessels. The ratio of acid and water in the large vessel is:          L.C.M. of 5, 7 and 9 is 315 …

## Mixture and Alligations Question – 05

(01) A goldsmith has two qualities of gold, one of 12 carates and another of 16 carates purity. In what proportion should he mix both to male an ornament of 15 carates purity? Given: `Purity of type of gold 1 = 12 carates                      Purity of type of gold 2 = 16 carates                      Purity …

## Mixture and Alligation Questions -04

Qu.1) The ratio of quantities of sugar, in which sugar costing Rs. 20 per kg and Rs. 15 per kg should be mixed so that here will be neither loss nor gain on selling the mixed sugar at the rate of Rs. 16 per kg is Given: Cost of sugar1 = Rs. 20 per kg …

## Mixture and Alligations Questions-Part 01

(01) If 5 kg of salt costing Rs. 5/kg and 3 kg of salt costing Rs. 4/kg are mixed, find the average cost of the mixture per kilogram. Given: Price of 5 kg of salt = Rs. 5/kg i.e. n1 = 5 and d = 5 And price of 3 kg of salt = Rs. …