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Average and Mixture Allegation

1. David obtained 76, 65, 82, 67 and 85 marks (out of 100) in Englis , !at emati"s, # $si"s, % emistr$ and biolog$. & at are is average marks' a. e. 2. 65 )one of t ese +run and e t inks t at +run,s .eig t is greater t an 60 kg b. 6( ". 76 d. 72

*n +run,s o-inion, is .eig t is greater t an 65 kg, but less t an 72 kg. /is brot er does not agree .it but less t an 70 kg. /is mot er,s vie. is t at is .eig t "annot be greater t an 68 kg. *f all of t em are "orre"t in t eir estimation, . at is t e average of different -robabl$ .eig ts of +run' a. e. 67 kg )one of t ese o. man$ ma$ be d. 1( d. 10 d. 15
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b.

68 kg

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d. Data

inade0uate 1. 2 e average of 20 numbers is 3ero. 4f t em, at t e most, greater t an 3ero' a. 5. 5. 6. a. a. 0 18 1 b. b. b. 1 20 ( ". ". ". 10 25 12 6ind t e average of all t e numbers bet.een 6 and 15 . i" are divisible b$ 5. 2 e average of first five multi-le of 1 is7 2 e average of t e first nine -rime numbers is7 a. 7. ( b. 11 ".
11

d. 11

+ student .as asked to find t e arit meti" mean of t e numbers 1, 11, 7, (, 15, 11, 8, 1(, 17, 21, 15 and 8. /e found t e mean to be 12. & at s ould be t e number in -la"e of 8' a. 1 b. 7 ". 17 d. 11

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2 e average of 2, 7, 6 and 8 is 5 and t e average of 18, 1, 6, 8 and $ is 10. & at is t e value of $' a. 5 b. 10 ". 20 d. 10

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*f t e mean of 5 observations 8, 8 9 2, 8 9 5, 8 9 6 and 8 9 8 is 11, t en t e mean of t e last t ree observations is7 a. 11 b. 11 ". 15 d. 17

10. 11.

*f t e mean of a, b, " is ! and ab 9 b" 9 "a : 0, t en t e mean of a 2 , b 2 , c 2 is : a.

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3M 2

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6M 2

d. 9M 2

2 e average of t e t.o;digit numbers, . i" inter" ange t eir -ositions, is7 a. 11 12.25 10 5( b. b. b. b. 55 21.25 20 5(.5
abcde 5

remain t e same . en t e digits ". ". ". ". 55 25 10 50 d. 66 d. 25.5 d. 50 d. 51

12. 11. 15. 15.

2 e average of first 50 natural numbers is7 a. a. a. 2 e mean of 12, 22, 12, 52, 52, 62, 72 is7 2 e average of all odd numbers u-to 100 is7 *f a, b, ", d, e are five "onse"utive odd numbers, t eir average is7 a. d.
5( a + 4 )

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5( a + b + c + d + e )

)one of t ese

16.

*n . at ratio must a gro"er mi8 t.o varieties of -ulses "osting <s. 15 and <s. 20 -er kg res-e"tivel$ so as to get a mi8ture .ort <s. 16.50 -er kg' a. 177 b. 577 ". 771 d. 7 7 5 ri"e at <s. 5.70 a kg to d. 5 7 5

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6ind t e ratio in . i" a. 171 b.

ri"e at <s. 7.20 a kg be mi8ed .it 271 ". 175

-rodu"e a mi8ture .ort <s. 6.10 a kg. 18. *n . at ratio must tea at <s. 62-er kg be mi8ed .it t e mi8ture must be .ort <s. 65.50 -er kg' a. 1(. 171 b. 172 ". 5 71 d. 5 7 1 *n . at ratio must .ater be mi8ed .it mi8ture .ort of <s. 8 -er litre' a. 20. 172 b. 271 ". 271 d. 1 7 2 2 e "ost of 2$-e 1 ri"e is <s. 15 -er kg and 2$-e 2 ri"e is <s. 20 -er kg. *6 bot 2$-e 1 and 2$-e 2 are mi8ed in t e ratio of 2 7 1, t en t e -ri"e -er kg of t e mi8ed variet$ of ri"e is7 a. <s. 18 b. <s. 18.50 ". <s. 1( <s. 1(.50 milk "osting <s. 12 -er litre to obtain a tea at <s. 72 -er kg so t at

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