# Aptitude - Ratio and Proportion - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Ratio and Proportion - General Questions (Q.No. 1)

1.

A and B together have Rs. 1210. If of A's amount is equal to of B's amount, how much amount does B have?

Answer: Option

Explanation:

4 | A | = | 2 | B | |

15 | 5 |

A = | 2 | x | 15 | B | |

5 | 4 |

A = | 3 | B |

2 |

A | = | 3 | |

B | 2 |

A : B = 3 : 2.

B's share = Rs. | 1210 x | 2 | = Rs. 484. | ||

5 |

Discussion:

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Ragavan said:
2 months ago

Wonderful explanation. Thanks.

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Mouni said:
4 months ago

Thank you for explaining this.

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Rudraksh said:
4 months ago

Nice, Thanks everyone for the explanation.

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GOBINDA BEHERA said:
4 months ago

Excellent explanation. Thanks all.

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Violee said:
5 months ago

How did you get 1210? Please explain.

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Aadya said:
6 months ago

Thanks @Anjana.

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Aadya said:
6 months ago

@Sridhar.

I don't understand how it becomes 2a=3b.

Please explain to me.

I don't understand how it becomes 2a=3b.

Please explain to me.

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Anjana Kesarwani said:
6 months ago

A4/15 = B2/5.

A/B = 3/2,

5 = 1210,

1 = 242,

B = 242 of 2 = 484.

A/B = 3/2,

5 = 1210,

1 = 242,

B = 242 of 2 = 484.

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Prashanth M said:
8 months ago

Thanks for the wonderful explanation.

Jyoti said:
1 year ago

Listen @Yogesh.

Take A=3x and B=2x.

5x= 1210 => x= 242.

Then B= 2 * 242= 484 Ans.

Take A=3x and B=2x.

5x= 1210 => x= 242.

Then B= 2 * 242= 484 Ans.

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