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A box has 6 times as much rice as a bucket. John transfers some rice from the box to the bucket so that each container became filled with 16.1 kg of rice? How much rice did John transfer from the box to the bucket? Notes to students: Round your answer off to 2 decimal places ...
Hardy had some $1, $2 and $5 notes in his wallet . He went to the market to purchase some groceries. On returning home, he noticed that: 1) There were 10 more $1 notes. 2) `1/3`of the original number of $2 notes remained. 3) The number of $5 notes had reduced by 5. In the end, the ratio of ...
Benjamin the billionaire had 432 cars in his garage. Some of them were red, some yellow and the remaining were silver coloured. `2/3` of the red cars and 24 yellow cars were sold by Benjamin and he purchased some silver coloured cars such that he now had 25% more silver coloured cars than before. Now, the ratio of the number of red to yellow to silver coloured cars became 3:4:5. Find the total number of cars in Benjamin's ga ...
Three storage tanks A, B and C had a total of 8750 litres of sulphuric acid. A chemist used up `3/7`of the acid from tank A. Another chemist added 350 litres of acid into tank B and tripled the quantity of acid in tank C. Then, the ratio of the quantity of acid in tanks A, B and C became 2:1:6. How much more acid was there in tank C than tank B at first?
At first , the total number of ducks in ponds X, Y and Z was 144. `1/2` of the ducks in pond X are sold and 12 ducks in pond Y are removed. Also, more ducks are purchased such that the number of ducks in pond Z tripled. Then, the ratio of the number of ducks in ponds X, Y and Z became 4:2:3. Find the total number of ducks in all the 3 ponds now.