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Find the quantity of water required to be added so that resultant mixture will be in ratio 4:5.

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In the 45 litres mixture of juice and water, the ratio of juice and water is 5:4.
Find the quantity of water required to be added so that resultant mixture will be in ratio 4:5.

posted Jan 28, 2021 by Samardeep Acharya

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