- If 4 kg of metal of which 1/3rd is zinc and the rest is copper, be mixed with 5kg of metal, of which 1/6 is zinc and the rest is copper, then what will be ...
- A mixture of 40 litres of milk and water contains 10% water. How much water should be added to it to increase the percentage of water to 25% ?
- In a mixture of 45 litres, the ratio of wine to water is 2 : 3. If this ratio is to be 1 : 3, then what is the quantity of water needed to be added?
- Rice at Rs 80/kg is mixed with rice at Rs.40/ kg in a certain ratio such that by selling the mixture at Rs.60/ kg profit of 20% is made. If the quantity of...
- Fresh watermelon contains 60% water. Dry watermelon contains 30% water. From 1 Quintals fresh Watermelon, approximately how many kgs of Dry Watermelon can ...
- In a Mixture , the ratio of Milk and Water is 5 : 3. If 20 litre mixture drawn off and replace by 8 litre water then the ratio of Milk and Water become 1 :...
- A jar contains a mixture of mango juice and water in the ratio of 5:2. 84 litres of the mixture was taken out and 34 litres of water was added to it. If th...
- Two types of Pulses costs Rs. 240/kg and Rs. 340/kg. In what ratio should these be mixed so that obtained mixture sold at Rs. 324/kg to earn a profit of 8%...
- One alloy of steel contains 74% Iron and 26% carbon. Another alloy contains 81% Iron and 12% carbon. Later, they are mixed, so that the mixture contains 20...
- The ratio of Petrol and Diesel in the container is 3:2 when 20 litres of the mixture is taken out and is replaced by the diesel. The ratio becomes 2:3. The...
- An alloy of artificial gold contains 83% Copper and remaining Aluminium. In an another alloy, Copper is 91% and Aluminium is 7%. In what ratio should the t...
- A Vessel if full of milk, 7 litre of milk is taken out and replaced by water. This process is repeated once more, find the initial amount of milk in the ve...
- From a container of Beer, a thief has stolen 25 litres of beer and replaced it with same quantity of water. He again repeated the same process. Thus in thr...
- Jar A contains ‘X’ ml mixture of milk and water in the ratio of 4 :3. Jar B contains ‘X’ ml mixture of milk and water in the ratio ...
- If 4 kg of metal of which 1/3rd is zinc and the rest is copper, be mixed with 5kg of metal, of which 1/6 is zinc and the rest is copper, then what will be ...
- A Vessel if full of milk, 5 litre of milk is taken out and replaced by water. This process is repeated once more, find the initial amount of milk in the ve...
- If 4 kg of metal of which 1/3rd is zinc and the rest is copper, be mixed with 5kg of metal, of which 1/6 is zinc and the rest is copper, then what will be ...
- A Vessel is full of milk, 5 litre of milk is taken out and replaced by water. This process is repeated once more, find the initial amount of milk in the ve...
- A jar contains a mixture of mango juice and water in the ratio of 5:2. 84 litres of the mixture was taken out and 34 litres of water was added to it. If th...
- Rice at Rs 80/kg is mixed with rice at Rs.40/ kg in a certain ratio such that by selling the mixture at Rs.60/ kg profit of 20% is made. If the quantity of...
- The mixture of petrol and Kerosene in two vessels are in the ratio 2:5 and 3: 7 respectively. In what ratio will liquids in both the vessels be mixed...
- A container contains a mixture of wine and water in the ratio of 4:1. 150 litres of the mixture was taken out and 50 litres of water was added to it. If th...
- Two blends of a commodity costing Rs. 70 and Rs. 80 per kg respectively are mixed in the ratio of 2:3 by weight. If one-fifth of the mixture is sold at Rs....
- Three Jar of equal volume contains milk mixed with water. The ratio of milk and water are 2:1, 2:3 and 4:5 respectively. Contents of these Jars are poured ...
- In a Mixture , the ratio of Milk and Water is 7 : 5. If 12 litre mixture is drawn off and replaced by 8 litre water then the ratio of Milk and Water beco...
- In a mixture of 85 litres, the ratio of milk to water is 2 : 3. If this ratio is to be 1 : 3, then what is the quantity of water needed to be added?
- In a mixture of 45 litres, the ratio of wine to water is 2 : 3. If this ratio is to be 1 : 3, then what is the quantity of water needed to be added?
- A vessel contains milk and water in which 20% is water. 80 litres of mixture was taken out and replaced by water and the ratio becomes 4:5. Find the initia...
- Acid and water are mixed in a vessel A in the ratio of 5:2 and in the vessel B in the ratio 8:5. In what proportion should quantities be taken out from the...
- Two vessels A and B contain mixture of milk and water. Ratio of milk and water in vessel A and B are in the ratio 1:2 and 3:2 respectively. In what ratio t...
- Milk and water are mixed in vessel A in the ratio of 5:2 and in vessel B in the ratio of 8 : 5. In what ratio should quantities be taken from the two vesse...
- A mixture (acetone and water) contains 30% acetone and rest 70 litres water. How much acetone should be added to the mixture to make the ratio of acetone t...
- In a mixture, the ratio of milk to water is 25:2. From this mixture, 27 litre is taken out and 35 lit of pure milk is added. Quantity of milk in final mixt...
- A mixture contains wine and water in the ratio 5:1. On adding 5 litre of water, the ratio of wine to water becomes 5:2. The quantity of wine in the mixture...
- A mixture contains alcohol and water in the ratio of 9:4 respectively. If 221 ml of mixture is taken out and 80 ml of water and 25 ml of alcohol is added i...
- A mixture (milk and water) contains 40% milk and rest 192 litres water. How much milk should be added to the mixture to make the ratio of milk to water in ...
- Vessels A and B contain mixture of milk and water in the ratios 3:7 and 5:3 respectively. In what ratio should quantities of mixtures be taken from A and B...
- Three containers have their volumes in the ratio 3: 4: 5, They are full of mixtures of milk and water. The mixtures contain milk and water in the ratio of ...
- A mixture (acetone and water) contains 40% acetone and rest 96 litres water. How much acetone should be added to the mixture to make the ratio of acetone t...

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Mixture is an important topic in the Quantitative Aptitude syllabus of many banking/government/regulatory agencies exams like SEBI Grade A, IFSCA Grade A, PFRDA Grade A, RBI Grade B, RBI Assistant, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS SO, IBPS Clerk, and many more.

In Quant, a mixture is a combination of two or more substances or quantities with different characteristics. Mixture problems are a type of word problem in which two or more different things are combined to form a new mixture, and the goal is to determine some property of the resulting mixture.

For example, suppose you have two types of liquids, one with concentration x and the other with concentration y. To create a new mixture with a desired concentration z, you need to determine the amounts of each liquid to be mixed. This is a typical mixture problem.

Mixture problems can involve a variety of mathematical concepts, such as ratios, proportions, and algebraic equations. Therefore, solving mixture problems can help develop problem-solving skills and mathematical intuition, which are valuable in many professions.

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