Quantitative Aptitude Test 108

Test # 108


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In what proportion must walnut at Rs. 62/kg be mixed with walnut at Rs. 72/kg in order to obtain a mixture worth Rs. 65/ kg ?

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Mango Varieties

Manilita

Originated from the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The fruit are small and elongated, weighing 9 oz. The color is an eye-catching pastel red, which covers all but the nose of the fruit. The flesh is light yellow and silky-smooth, with a pleasing sweet and uncomplicated flavor. It is perfect for eating out-of-hand, for slicing and dehydrating. The fruit ripen early in the mango season; it is among the earliest red mango to ripen in Florida. The tree is dwarf and disease resistant and is perfectly suited for container or patio production. Tree size can be maintained at 7 ft or less. Production is consistent, but modest.

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