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## Ratio and Proportion

1➤ ** If the ratio of incomes of A and B in 2001 is 2 : 3 and the ratio of incomes of A in 2001 and 2002 is 4 : 5. Find the expenditure of A in 2002, if saving in the same year is Rs.4000. It is given that in 2001 the sum of income of A and B is Rs.25000. (1) Rs.5000 (2) Rs.10500 (3) Rs.9500 (4) Rs.7500 (5) Rs.8500**

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2➤ ** Rs.33630 are divided among A, B and C in such a manner that the ratio of the amount of A to that of B is 3 : 7 and the ratio of the amount of B to that of C is 6 : 5. The amount of money received by B is (1) Rs.14868 (2) Rs.16257 (3) Rs.13290 (4) Rs.12390 (5) None of these**

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3➤ ** A man leaves Rs.8600 to be divided among 5 sons, 4 daughters and 2 nephews, if each daughter receives four times as much as each nephew and each son receives five times as much as each nephew, how much does each daughter receive? (1) 100 (2) 600 (3) 800 (4) 1000 (5) None of these**

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4➤ ** Amounts invested by Ajith and Suresh are in the ratio of 4 : 7 respectively. If the total amount invested by the persons together is Rs.49,500, what is the amount invested by Suresh? (1) Rs.31,500 (2) Rs.18,000 (3) Rs.31,000 (4) Rs.18,500 (5) None of these**

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5➤ ** A watermelon is cut into 2 pieces as their weight are in ratio of 5 : 7. The bigger part is also cut into two places as their weight are in ratio 2 : 3. Calculate the ratio of the weight of final three places. (1) 25 : 9 : 18 (2) 21 : 25 : 10 (3) 25 : 14 : 21 (4) 13 : 23 : 27 (5) None of these**

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