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%?

- 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 to water in the mixture 5:6?
- 378 ml of mixture ‘A’ contains milk and water in the ratio 4:5 respectively. If the quantity of milk in mixture ‘B’ is 37.5% more than that in mixture ‘A’ and is 35% of the total quantity of mixture ‘B’ then find the total quantity of mixture ‘B’.
- 110 litres of mixture contains water and milk in the ratio 2:5 respectively. If 26 litres of the mixture is replaced by same quantity of water, then find the ratio of water and milk in the final mixture.
- A mixture (alcohol and water) contains 30% alcohol and rest 140 litres water. How much alcohol should be added to the mixture to make the ratio of alcohol to water in the mixture 5:4?
- A jar contains a mixture of orange juice and water in the ratio of 4:1. 75 litres of the mixture was taken out and 25 litres of water was added to it. If the water was 40% in the resultant mixture, what was the initial quantity of the mixture in the jar?
- 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 two alloys be mixed so that the new mixture have 15% Aluminium. Also find the % of Copper in the new mixture?
- A mixture of milk and water measures 60 litres. It contains 10% water. How much water should be added to it, so that the water may be 25%?
- A container has only two types (P and Q) of oil in the ratio 7:3 respectively. When 80 litre of oil Q is added to the container the quantity of oil P becomes 25% of that of oil Q. Find the capacity of the container if it becomes full after addition of 80 litre of oil.
- In a mixture of juice & water, 40 litres water is mixed due to which ratio changes from 3 : 4 to 1 : 4. Find initial quantity of mixture. (in litres)
- 400 litres of mixture X contains acetone and glycerine in the ratio 11:14, respectively. 100 litres of the mixture is withdrawn and labelled as mixture Y and 6 litres of acetone is added to it. Find the ratio of glycerine to acetone in mixture Y.

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