# GMAT Mixtures & Alligations Formulas | Cheat Sheet [PDF]

by Naveen Kumar
Aug. 28, 2024
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# GMAT Mixtures & Alligations Formulas | Cheat Sheet [PDF]

The topic of Mixtures and Alligations is basically an application of Averages concept in GMAT. The theory in this topic is less and students should be comfortable with some basic formulas and concepts. This PDF covers all the important Formulas and Concepts related to mixtures and allegations.

- Mixtures and alligations are a common type of quantitative problem that may appear on the GMAT. These problems involve mixing two or more substances to form a new mixture, and then finding the ratio or quantity of each substance in the mixture.
- Alligation is a specific method for solving mixture problems that involves representing the ingredients and the mixture as points on a line, and using the distance between these points to find the ratio of the ingredients in the mixture.
- There are many variations of mixture and alligation problems that may appear on the GMAT, but they all involve some variation of this basic concept. To prepare for these types of problems, it is important to practise solving a variety of mixture and alligation problems, and to become familiar with the basic formulas and methods for solving them.

**Outline of various topics covered in Mixtures & Alligations formulas for GMAT PDF**:

- Definition of mixture
- Types of mixtures
- Simple Mixtures
- Compound Mixtures
- Alligations
- Weighted average
- Mixtures rule/formula of two quantities
- Alligation rule of cheaper and dearer
- Quantity of substance in the final mixture
- Some other mixtures and alligations for GMAT tricks, formulas and concepts

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