Ratio & Proportion Mcqs

MCQ: X, Y and Z are quantities of the same kind such that X:Y=5:8 and Y:Z=4:7. Find X:Z.

  1. 32:35
  2. 67:56
  3. 5:14
  4. 5:7

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