CRACK IBPS Clerk Prelims – Mixture & Allegation Day 5
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IBPS Clerk preliminary examination will be held in the month of December this year and you know the preparations are to be in sky level to reach the perfect destination of achieving the feat. Daily Quizzes enrich your preparations to the next level and you could also learn the mistakes at a daily pace.
This clerk planner is based on the previous year patterns and this daily planner which is going to be conducted for a period of 50 days will provide you the pace to attend the exam in the preliminary stage. This daily tests will be conducted in a quiz format as like the IBPS PO planner which we have conducted earlier.
Perpetual preparations will be the key to crack the exam. So ,don’t forget to check the daily quizzes on various topics in different sections in the planner. Do note the time , as we have allotted different timings for each section.
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeHow many litres of water should be added to a 40 litres mixture of water and sugar containing sugar and water in the ratio of 3 : 5 such that the resultant mixture has 30% sugar in it?
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Amount of sugar=40/8×3=15
Amount of water=40/8×5=25
required amount of water=15/30×7025=3525=10 litre
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Amount of sugar=40/8×3=15
Amount of water=40/8×5=25
required amount of water=15/30×7025=3525=10 litre

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeHow many kg of rice variety 1 costing Rs.38/kg should a shopkeeper mix with 4 kg of rice variety 2 costing Rs.55 per kg so that he makes a profit of 20% on selling the mixture at Rs.48/kg?
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Cost price of the mixture= 48/120×100=40
Quantity of rice variety 1= 4/2×15=30 kg
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Cost price of the mixture= 48/120×100=40
Quantity of rice variety 1= 4/2×15=30 kg

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsHow many litres of a 25 litres mixture containing milk and honey in the ratio of 3:2 be replaced by pure milk so that the resultant mixture contains milk and honey in ratio of 17:8?
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Quantity of milk and honey is 25/5×3 ,25/5×2 , i.e) 15 ltr, 10 ltr
Let 5x litre of mixture be replaced with pure milk, then
120+16x=17034x
50x=50
x=1
Quantity of mixture replaced =5 litre
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Quantity of milk and honey is 25/5×3 ,25/5×2 , i.e) 15 ltr, 10 ltr
Let 5x litre of mixture be replaced with pure milk, then
120+16x=17034x
50x=50
x=1
Quantity of mixture replaced =5 litre

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsFrom a jar containing 50 litres of lemon juice, 5 litres are drawn out and is replaced with tea. If the same process is repeated two more times, how many litres of lemon juice will be left in the jar?
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b
Let initial quantity of lemon juice = x litre
Quantity of lemon juice replaced with tea= y litres
Number of replacement =n , then
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b
Let initial quantity of lemon juice = x litre
Quantity of lemon juice replaced with tea= y litres
Number of replacement =n , then

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA container contains a mixture of two liquids A and B in the ratio 3: 2. When 20 litres of mixture are drawn out from the container and it is filled with B, then the ratio of A and B is 27: 23. How many litres of liquid B were contained by the container initially?
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b
Let quantity of liquid A and B be 3x and 2x.
69x276=54x+324
15x=600
x=40
Quantity of liquid in B= 2x=80 litres
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b
Let quantity of liquid A and B be 3x and 2x.
69x276=54x+324
15x=600
x=40
Quantity of liquid in B= 2x=80 litres

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA man has 500 kg of mangoes, part of which he sells at 10% profit and the rest at 20% profit. He gains 14% on the whole. The quantity sold at 20% profit is?
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Ratio = 3: 2
Quantity sold at 20% profit= 500/5×2=200 kg
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Ratio = 3: 2
Quantity sold at 20% profit= 500/5×2=200 kg

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe ratio of earnings and expenses is 7: 5 . If the income increases by 20% and the expenditure increases by 12%, then by how much percent should his savings increases?
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Let earning be 7x, expenses be 5x then savings=7x5x=2x
2x=8 then 5x= 8/2×5=20
x=20+20=40%
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Let earning be 7x, expenses be 5x then savings=7x5x=2x
2x=8 then 5x= 8/2×5=20
x=20+20=40%

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeHow many litres of petrol costing Rs.12 per litre must be mixed with 28 litres of petrol costing Rs.15 per litres so that there may be a gain of 50% by selling the mixture at Rs.21 per litre?
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Cost price of mixture= 21/150×100=Rs.14
Required quantity= 28/2×1=14 litre
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Cost price of mixture= 21/150×100=Rs.14
Required quantity= 28/2×1=14 litre

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA container which having 120 kg of mixture of sugar and rava in the ratio of 5:3 and ‘X’ kg of mixture is replaced with sugar so that the container will have sugar and rava in equal proportions. What is the value of x?
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Quantity of sugar and rava=75 kg, 45 kg
Quantity of mixture replaced= x
6x=160
x=40
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Quantity of sugar and rava=75 kg, 45 kg
Quantity of mixture replaced= x
6x=160
x=40

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA man sold wine at the cost price but he gained 20% by mixing. Find the water quantity in 30 litres of mixture?
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Profit (%) = 20% = 1/5
Since the ratio of water and wine is 1:5,
Thus the quantity of water in mixture of 30 litres= 30/6×1=5 litres
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Profit (%) = 20% = 1/5
Since the ratio of water and wine is 1:5,
Thus the quantity of water in mixture of 30 litres= 30/6×1=5 litres
IBPS CLERK Prelims Study Planner 2017
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3 comments
I think 9th Question is wrong… Because in that question they said that mixture was replaced by sugar but in explanation they added it with rava…..Kindly check it…
I also think, the answe is wrong and when the mixture is replaced by sugar then this means, ruva must be replaced.
My ans – is 40 lit
Yeah.You are right. Answer will be changed now and thanks for feedback.