In this page solution of question1and2 we are going to see solution of first,second and third question.

**Question 1:**

The sum of two numbers is 90 and they are in the ratio is 4:5. Find those numbers.

**Solution:**

Let **"x"** be first number

So **"90-x"** will be the second number (Because sum of those two numbers is 90)

Those numbers are in the ratio 4:5. So x : (90- x) = 4 : 5

x/(90-x) = 4/5

5 x = 4(90 - x)

5 x = 360 - 4 x

5 x + 4 x = 360

9 x = 360

x = 360/9

x = 40

So the first number x = 40

and the second number 90 - x = 90 - 40 = 50

Therefore the correct option is **(B) 40 and 50**

**Question 2:**

If the same numbers is added to both the numerator and denominator of a fraction 3/5, then the result is 3/4. Find the number.

**Solution:**

Let **"x"** be the required number.

If it is added with numerator and denominator of the fraction 3/5. It will become (3 + x)/ (5 + x).

(3 + x)/ (5 + x) = 3/4

4 (3 + x) = 3 (5 + x)

12 + 4 x = 15 + 3 x

4 x - 3 x = 15 - 12

x = 3

Therefore the correct option is **(A) 3**

**Question 3:**

Two numbers are such that the ratio between them is 5 : 7. When 7 is added to each of them, the ratio becomes 2 : 3. Find the numbers.

**Solution:**

Let **"5 x"** and **"7 x"** be two numbers.

When two numbers is added by 7 we will get 5 x + 7 and 7 x + 7.

(5 x + 7) : (7 x + 7) = 2 : 3

(5 x + 7)/(7 x + 7) = 2/3

3 (5 x + 7) = 2 (7 x + 7)

15 x + 21 = 14 x + 14

15 x - 14 x = 14 - 21

x = -7

The value of 5x = 5 (-7) = - 35

The value of 7x = 7(-7) = - 49

So the two numbers are -35 and -49.

Therefore the correct option is **(C) -35 and -49**