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# Alligation And Mixture Aptitude Question and Answer

## Best explanation to understand and solve the alligation and mixture

Alligation and mixture is one of the important parts of quantitative aptitude. This was an important topic in many competitive exams and bank exams.

But this is a bit complicated concept since it deals with two or more ingredients or mixture. This also deals with ratio and proposition of those ingredients. But it is very easy when you clearly understand the concept.

To make it really easy for you, we have a clear explanation for all the concepts under this topic. Moreover, we also have a good set of aptitude questions which will help you to practice for your exams and score high.

### What is alligation?

Alligation refers to a rule that helps to find the ratio in which two or more ingredients at a given price are mixed to produce a mixture of specified price.

What is mean price?

Mean price is the cost price of a unit quantity of a mixture which is prepared by mixing two or more ingredients.

### What is the rule of alligation?

Alligation rule says that if two ingredients at a given price are mixed to produce a mixture at the given price, the ratio of the quantity of cheaper ingredients and quantity of dearer ingredient is given by

( Quantity of cheaper /  Quantity of dearer ) = ( cost price of dearer - mean price / mean price - cost price of cheaper )

Cheaper quantity: Dearer quantity = (d-m) : ( m-c)

It is a little complicated topic, but when you practice more, it will really become an easy task for you to sort out.

We also have a wonderful set of aptitude questions on our website in this topic along with their solution with explanation.

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1.

56 liter impure Kerosene contain 10% gasoline. How much of gasoline will Ram mix with the impure Kerosene so that in the new impure Kerosene there will be 20% gasoline.

2.

There two mixture of liquor and water L1 and L2. In L1 mixture the ratio of liquor and water is 3 : 7 and in L2 mixture the ratio of liquor and water is 3 : 2. If with 3 liter L1 mixture x liter L2 mixture are mixed then in the resultant mixture the proportion of liquor and water will be same. Calculate the value of x.

3.

In 60 liter watermelon juice , the proportion of pure water melon juice and water is 2 : 1. But to make the ratio 1 : 2 what quantity of water are to be mixed in the mixture.

4.

By what proportion should we blend Rs 15 per kg red lentils with Rs 20 kg red lentils so that the resultant red lentils will be Rs 16.50 per kg ?

5.

Average age of boys 22 years and average age of girls is 25 years , if average of class is 23 years . What is the ratio of boys and girls ?

6.

Two varieties of sugar 1st is rs 5 per kg and 2nd is rs 7 per kg are mixed . Average cost is rs 6.5 per kg , in what ratio the shopkeeper mixed both ?

7.

A third of Kamala's Mark's in Mathematics equal a half of her marks in Science. If she obtained 60 marks in the two subjects together, how many marks did she get in Science ?

8.

There are two barrels of petrol to be sold at different cost. One barrel contain 220 liters of petrol and the other 180 liters . Then an equal amount of petrol is taken from either barrel and poured into the other. After this operation the cost of petrol in both barrels becomes the same. How many liters of petrol was poured ?

9.

There are two barrels of petrol to be sold at different cost. One barrel contain 220 liters of petrol and the other 180 liters . Then an equal amount of petrol is taken from either barrel and poured into the other. After this operation the cost of petrol in both barrels becomes the same. How many liters of petrol was poured ?

10.

I a crock there is a blend of Mosambi juice and water in the ratio 3 : 7 and another contains them in the ratio 3 : 2. How many liters of the second blending must be mixed with 3 liters of the first so that the blending thus formed may have same amount of Mosambi juice and water ?

11.

Calculate in what ratio should water be blend with curd to gain 10% by sold the prepare Lassi at cost price ?

12.

A pan contain 160 liters of black tea. From the pan 16 liters of black tea was taken out and replaced by water and the process was repeated next two times. Calculate the quantity of black tea contained by the pan.

13.

How much cream must Daniel add to 60 liters of black coffee at 1½ liters for Rs 20 so as to have a mixture worth Rs 10 complete 2/3 a liter ?

14.

In a bowl 200 liter water mix strawberry juice have 12½% quantity of water. In that blending how much quantity of water to be mixed so that in the new strawberry juice the quantity of water will be 37½% ?

15.

Sarika mix 7 kilogram Semolina whose price is Rs 8.25 per kilogram with 8 kilogram Semolina whose price is Rs 7.80 per kilogram. Then calculate the cost of 1 kilogram mixed Semolina which is mixed by Sarika.

16.

The sugar cane juice and water in two jug P and Q are in the ratio 4 : 3 and 2 : 3 . In what ratio the liquids in both the jug be blend to obtain a new mixture in Jug R which contain half sugarcane juice and half water?

17.

There are category 1 quality green tea which cost Rs 38.50 per kilogram and category 2 quality green tea which cost Rs 48.75 per kilogram. In what proportion should category 1 quality green tea mix with category 2 quality green tea so that the category 3 quality green tea which formed are to be given to the customer at Rs 52.50 per kilogram rate to get 25% profit.

18.

In a Kerosene Tin there are 20 liter of Kerosene. By making a perforation in the Tin from that in every sec 2 milliliter kerosene is coming out. Calculate after 1 hour how much quantity of kerosene will left in the Tin?

19.

6 liters of liquid is added to 33 liters of a fluid which have 24% of ethanol in the liquid. Calculate the percentage of ethanol in the new fluid.

20.

In what proportion does Rs 40 / kg rate chia seed mixed with Rs 80 / kg rate chia seed so that the rate of mixed chia seed will be Rs 56 / kg.

21.

Mr Ghosh from a wholesale market bring 40 kg of long grain rice at Rs 16.50 per kg and 70 kg at Rs 16.75 per kg , he then combine the two type of rice. To make a gain of 40% what price per kg should he give the mixture.

22. In what proportion must teas costing Rs. 38 per kg and Rs. 42 per kg be mixed in order to produce a blend worth Rs. 40.50 per kg?
23. In a tea house there are two types of tea , in type 1 the mixture of Darjeeling and Assam tea is in a ratio of 2 : 7 and in type 2 the mixture of Darjeeling and Assam tea is in the ratio of 1 : 5. Now Mr Gupta wants to make a new type from type 1 and type 2 where the ratio of Darjeeling and Assam tea will be 1 : 4. So in what ratio he should mix the given two type of tea.
24. Mr Gupta wants to make a new type of alloy of manganese and nickel , for that he mix 2 types of alloy of manganese and nickel in same amount which are in the ratio of 2 : 3 and 5 : 4 . Find the ratio of manganese and nickel in new alloy.
25. In what proportion the two type of Cumin powder one is Rs 75 per kg and other is Rs 120 per kg be blend so that when selling the new mixture of cumin powder at the rate of Rs 125 per kg the profit earned 25%.
26. Aliah walked 50 m towards East and took a right turn and walked 40 m. She again took a right turn and walked 50m. How far is she from the starting point?
27. The spice whose rate is Rs 40.50 per kg is blend with the spice whose rate is Rs 90.50. In what proportion should the two types of spices be blended so that the resultant spice rate will be Rs 55.50 per kg.