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# If A:B = 5:2 the value of 8A+9B:8A+2B is

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Re: If A:B = 5:2 the value of 8A+9B:8A+2B is [#permalink]
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If A:B = 5:2 the value of (8A+9B):(8A+2B) is

A) 26:16
B) 61:26
C) 22:29
D) 29:22
E) 26:22

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A/B =5/2
HENCE, A= 5n and B=2n

(8A+9B):(8A+2B)
(8*5n+9*2n):(8*5n+2*2n)
58n:44n
29:22

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