Ratio & Proportion Mcqs

MCQ: Divide Rs.2000 into two shares in the ratio 3:2.

  1. Rs.1200,Rs.800
  2. Rs.800,Rs.1200
  3. Rs.1500,Rs.500
  4. Rs.1100, Rs.900

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