# Ratio and Proportion Problems and Solutions for SSC and Bank Exams

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## Ratio and Proportion Problems and Solutions for Competitive Exams

**Q.1. If a : b = 5 : 9 and b : c = 4 : 7, find a : b : c.**

**Solution: **

$$a : b = 5 : 9 \ and \ b : c = 4 : 7 =\left(4×{9\over4}\right):\left(7×{9\over4}\right)=9:{63\over4} $$

$$→ a : b:c=5:9:{63\over4}=20:36:63.$$

**Q.2. Divide Rs. 672 in the ratio 5 : 3.**

**Solution:**

Sum of ratio terms = (5+3)=8.

$$∴ First \ part= Rs.\left(672×{5\over8} \right)= Rs. 420;$$

$$∴ Second \ part= Rs.\left(672×{3\over8} \right)= Rs. 252;$$

**Q.3. Divide Rs. 1162 among A, B, C in the ratio 35 : 28 : 20.**

**Solution: **

Sum of ratio terms = (35+28+20)=83.

$$∴ A's \ Share= Rs.\left(1162×{35\over83} \right)= Rs. 490;$$

$$B's \ Share = Rs.\left(1162×{28\over83} \right)=Rs.392;$$

$$C's \ Share = Rs.\left(1162×{20\over83} \right)=Rs.280. $$

**Q.4. A bag contains 50p, 25p and 10p coins be 5x, 9x and 4x respectively.**

**Solution: **

Let the number of 50p, 25p and 10p coins be 5x, 9x and 4x respectively.

$$Then,{5x\over2}+{9x\over4}+{4x\over10}=206$$

↔ 50x + 45x + 8x = 4120 ↔ 103x = 4120 ↔ x = 40.

∴ Number of 50 p coins = (5×40)=200; Number of 25 p coins = (9×40)= 360;

Number of 10 p coins = (4×40)=160

**Q.5. A mixture contains alcohol and water in the ratio 4 : 3. If 5 litres of water is added to the mixture, the ratio becomes 4:5. Find the quantity of alcohol in the given mixture.**

**Solution: **

Let the quantity of alcohol and water be 4x litres and 3x litres respectively. Then,

$$ {4x\over3x+5}= {4\over5}↔20x=4(3x+5)↔8x=20↔x=25. $$

∴ Quantitative of alcohol = (4×2.5)/ litres = 10 / letres

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