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 of 5:1, When both jars are mixed in Jar C the what will be the ratio of milk and water in jar C?

Jar A Milk Water 4 : 3 In Jar B Milk Water 5 : 1 Sum of first jar is 7 & that if second is 6. LCM of 7 & 6 is 42. So multiplying 1st by 6 & that of 2nd. In jar A, M:W = 24 : 18 In jar B, M:W = 35 : 7 So adding both values, in Jar C, M: W = 59 : 25

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