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If m:n=3:2, then (4m+5n):(4m-5n) equal to-320 05d1b2a968a754124194a785d
Answer : 3. "11:1"
Milk and water are in 7:2 ratio in a mixture of 729 litres. How much water shall be mixed in it in order to change this ratio to 7:3?343 05d1b29881fc62311c7736a4f
Answer : 1. "81"
No. of girls in a class is 20% more than the no. of boys. There are total 66 students in a class. If 4 more girls are admitted in the class, the ratio of no. of boys and girls in the class will be-13 05d1b26938a754124194a7858
Answer : 2. "3:4"
The difference between two numbers is 45% of their summation. The ratio of the larger number to the smaller number will be-5 05d1b25021fc62311c7736a45
Answer : 3. "29:11"
If (\(4a ^2\)-\(3b^2\)):(\(2a ^2\)+\(5b ^2\))=12:19, then a:b=___82 05d1b1f6f1fc62311c773688d