Ratio and Proportion Lecture Number 7
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PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROP – 7
1.) Tom is chasing jerry. When tom jumps 7 times jerry jumps 8 times but 5 jumps of the tom is equal to the 6 jumps of the jerry. Find the ratio of the speed of Tom and Jerry.
(Ans 21 : 20)
2.) A hound pursues a hare and takes 5 leaps for every 6 leaps of the hare but 4 leaps of the hound are equal to 5 leaps of the hare. Compare the rates of hound and the hare?
(Ans 25 : 24)
3.) When 30% of one number is subtracted from another number the second number reduces to its four fifth. Find the ratio between the first and the second number respectively?
(Ans 2 : 3)
4.) What number should be subtracted from each of the numbers 54, 71, 75 and 99 so that the remainders may be proportional?
5.) Vinay got thrice as many marks in Maths as in English. The proportion of his marks in Maths and History is 4 : 3. If his total marks in Maths, English, and History are 250, what are his marks in English?
6.) Two whole numbers whose sum is 64 cannot be in the ratio of
a) 5 : 3
b) 7 : 1
c) 3 : 4
d) 9 : 7
7.) The speed of the three cars is in ratio 3 : 4 : 5. Find the ratio between times taken by them to travel the same distance.
8.) Find the mean proportional of 3 - √2 and 12 + √32
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