Mixtures & Allegations Mcqs

Q.  How many liters of oil at Rs.40 per liter should be mixed with 240 liters of a second variety of oil at Rs.60 per liter so as to get a mixture whose cost is Rs.52 per liter?

a. 120 liters
b. 180 liters
c. 110 liters
d. 160 liters


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