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1 pointsQ: Find the threedigit number.
Statement I. the sum of the digits is 13. The difference between first and last digit is 3
Statement II. The sum of the place values of first, second and last digits is 512. 
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2. Question
1 pointsQ: What is the pass percentage of female candidates if 960 candidates appeared for an entrance exam?
Statement I. Â The ratio of male to female appeared candidates is 5:7
Statement II. In that 160 male candidates are failed. 
Question 3 of 10
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1 pointsQ: How much water must be added to the milk and water mixture to become the milk to water ratio 4:5?
Statement I. Â By adding 20 litres of water to the mixture having milk to water ratio 3:2 the percentage of milk is equal to the percentage of water.
Statement II. If 40 litres of milk is added to the mixture, the ratio of milk to water becomes 5:2 or If 110 litres of water to milk is added to the mixture the ratio of water to milk becomes 5:2. 
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1 pointsQ: Find the ratio of milk to water in the mixture.
Statement I. The volume of the mixture is 30 litres
Statement II. If 33 litres of water is added to the mixture the milk quantity in the mixture becomes 33 1/3%. 
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1 pointsQ: What is the time required for the pipes A and P to fill the tank if they work together?
Statement I. Â Pipe A can fill a tank in 12 minutes and the efficiency of pipe P is 20% more than that of pipe A.
Statement II. The ratio of time required to the pipes A and pipe P to fill the tanks is 6:5. 
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