# the cost of 13 kg of sugar is rs 195 while the cost of 17 kg of rice is rs 544 and the cost of 21 kg of wheat is rs 336. find the total cost of 21 kg of sugar, 26 kg of rice and 19 kg of wheat?

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## The cost of 13 kg of sugar is Rs. 195 . The cost of 17 kg of rice is Rs. 544 and the cost of 21 kg of wheat is Rs. 336 . What is the total cost of 21 kg of sugar, 26 kg of rice and 19 kg of wheat?

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## The cost of 13kg of sugar is Rs.195. The cost of 17kg of rice is Rs.544 and the cost of 21kg of wheat is Rs.336. What is the total cost of 21kg of sugar, 26kg of rice and 19kg of wheat?

**A**

## Rs 1461

**B**

## Rs 1551

**C**

## Rs 1671

**D**

## None of these

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## The cost of 13 kg of sugar is Rs 195, the cost of 17 kg of rice is Rs 544 and the cost of 21 kg of wheat is Rs 336. What is the total cost of 21 kg of sugar, 26 kg of rice and 19 kg of wheat? (a) Rs 1306 (b) Rs 1451 (c) Rs 1500 (d) Rs 1636

The cost of 13 kg of sugar is Rs 195, the cost of 17 kg of rice is Rs 544 and the cost of 21 kg of wheat is Rs 336. What is the total cost of 21 kg of s

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The cost of 13 kg of sugar is Rs 195, the cost of 17 kg of rice is Rs 544 and the cost of 21 kg of wheat is Rs 336. What is the total cost of 21 kg of sugar, 26 kg of rice and 19 kg of wheat? (a) Rs 1306 (b) Rs 1451 (c) Rs 1500 (d) Rs 1636

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## The cost of 13 kg of sugar is Rs 195 while the cost of 17 kg of rice is Rs 544 and the cost of 21 kg of wheat is Rs 336. Can you find the total cost of 21 kg of sugar, 26 kg of rice and 19 kg of wheat?

Answer (1 of 4): 1.Cost of 13kg sugar = 195 Rs Cost of 1kg sugar = 195/13 = 15 Rs So to find 21kg sugar = 15×21 = 315 Rs 2. Cost of 17kg rice = Rs 544 Cost of 1kg rice = 544/17= 32Rs Cost of 26 kg of rice = 32×17 = 832 Rs 3. Cost of 21 kg wheat = 336 Rs. Cost of 1 kg wheat = 336/21 = 16 Rs...

The cost of 13 kg of sugar is Rs 195 while the cost of 17 kg of rice is Rs 544 and the cost of 21 kg of wheat is Rs 336. Can you find the total cost of 21 kg of sugar, 26 kg of rice and 19 kg of wheat?

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21kg sugar = (195/13)*21 =₹315 (1kg of sugar= 195/13 i.e ₹15)

26kg of rice= (544/17)*26= ₹832(1kg of rice=544/17 i.e ₹32)

19kg of wheat= (366/21)*19=₹331.14(1kg of wheat= 366/21 i.e ₹17.42 )

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1.Cost of 13kg sugar = 195 Rs

Cost of 1kg sugar = 195/13 = 15 Rs

So to find 21kg sugar = 15×21 = 315 Rs

2. Cost of 17kg rice = Rs 544

Cost of 1kg rice = 544/17= 32Rs

Cost of 26 kg of rice = 32×17 = 832 Rs

3. Cost of 21 kg wheat = 336 Rs.

Cost of 1 kg wheat = 336/21 = 16 Rs

So cost of 19 kg wheat will be = 19×16 = 304 Rs

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Abhishek Dubey Former Student3y Cost of 1 kg sugar =195/13=15

Total cost of 21 kg sugar =15×21=315

Cost of 1 kg rice =544/17=32

Total cost of 26 kg rice = 26×32=832

Cost of 1 kg wheat =336/21=16

Total cost for 19 kg wheat=19×16=304

the total cost of 21 kg of sugar, 26 kg of rice and 19 kg of wheat is = 315+832+304=1451 rs

HsBadarinath

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Simple: The total cost of 21 kg sugar, 26 kg rice and 19 kg wheat

= Rs.[195*21/13 + 544*26/17 +336*19/21]

= Rs.[315 + 832 + 304]

= Rs.1451. Answer. Ricky Tack

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What kilograms of sugar costing Rs. 40 per kg must be mixed with 20 kg of sugar that costs Rs. 30 per kg so that there may be a gain of 10% by selling the mixture at Rs. 35 per kg?

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So answer is 4.4 bar kg or 40/9 kg

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How many kilograms of sugar costing Rs. 9 per kg must be mixed with 27 kg of sugar costing Rs. 7 per Kg so that there may be a gain of 10 % by selling the mixture at Rs. 9.24 per Kg?

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I think the best approach these questions is by using the Rule of Alligation.

Here, the selling price per kg. is Rs. 9.24 at 10% profit.

If the cost per kg is Rs’a’, then we can say that : a + 10% of a = 9.24

OR 1.1 a = 9.24

OR a = Rs. 8.4 per kg.

Using alligation rule,

Ratio of 7 rs per kg to 9 rs per kg sugar => 0.6 : 1.4

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Now, in the question Quantity of Rs.7 per kg sugar = 27.

So 3 corresponds to 27,

then 7 corresponds to ?

? => (27*7)/3 = 63 kg.

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Let Coffee = C Tea = T Sugar = S Rice = R

As per conditions given in the question

Condition 1 :-

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