Ratio and proportion questions for SSC CGL Tier 2 Set 23 with answers
10 SSC CGL Tier 2 Ratio and and proportion questions to solve in 12 minutes. Verify correctness from the answers. Learn how best to solve from solutions.
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10 Ratio and Proportion quetions SSC CGL Tier 2 Set 23 - Answering time 12 mins
Ratio of number of boys to the number of girls in a school of 432 students is 5 : 4. When some new boys and girls are admitted, the number of boys increased by 12 and the ratio of boys to girls changed to 7 : 6. The number of new girls admitted is,
If by increasing the price of a ticket in the ratio 8 : 11 the number of tickets sold falls in the ratio 23 : 21 then what is the increase in revenue if revenue before increase in price of ticket were Rs.36800?
Rs.2420 were divided among A, B and C so that A : B = 5 : 4 and B : C = 9 : 10. Then C gets,
In a regiment the ratio between the number of officers to soldiers was 3 : 31 before a battle. In the battle 6 officers and 22 soldiers were killed and the ratio became 1 : 13. The number of officers before the battle was,
If the three numbers in the ratio 3 : 2 : 5 be such that the sum of their squares is equal to 1862, then which is the middle number?
In a college union there are 48 students. The ratio of number of boys to number of girls is 5 : 3. The number of girls to be added to the union so that the ratio of boys to girls becomes 6 : 5 is,
A and B start an enterprise together with A as active partner. A invests Rs.4000 and Rs.2000 more after 8 months. B invests Rs.5000 and withdraws Rs.2000 after 9 months. Being the active partner, A takes Rs.100 as allowance from the profit. What is the share of B if the profit for the year is Rs.6700?
Annual incomes of Abhi and Riju are in the ratio 3 : 2, while the ratio of their expenditures is 5 : 3. If at the end of the year each saves Rs.1000, the annual income of Abhi is,
The ratio of sum of salaries of A and B to the difference of their salaries is 11 : 1 and the ratio of sum of the salaries of B and C to the difference of their salaries is also 11 : 1. If A's salary is the highest and C's the lowest, then what is B's salary, given total of their salaries to be Rs.182000?
What is the fourth proportional to 189, 273 and 153?
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Answers to the Ratio and proportion questions SSC CGL Tier 2 set 23
Problem 1. Answer: Option d: 24.
Problem 2. Answer: Option c: Rs.9400.
Problem 3. Answer: Option d: Rs.800.
Problem 4. Answer: Option b: 21.
Problem 5. Answer: Option b: 14.
Problem 6. Answer: Option a: 7.
Problem 7. Answer: Option d: 2700.
Problem 8. Answer: Option c: 6000.
Problem 9. Answer: Option c: Rs.60000.
Problem 10. Answer: Option d: 221.
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