### Ratio and Proportion Lecture 5 along with Practice Test : Maths Classes for Competitive Exam

Ratio and Proportion Lecture 5

Practice Test related to Ratio and Proportion Class 5

Maths Classes for Competitive Exam

Hello dear viewers, we are continuing our Maths classes for Competitive examination. We already share the 4 Lectures related to the Ratio and Proportion topic for all entrance examinations. This time we are going to share the 5th Lecture related to this topic.

We have covered the First Topic of Maths Class named as Profit and Loss. Those who have missed that Topic can click on the following link to access the Classes for Profit and Loss topic :

Below we are going to share the video tutorial related to the Ratio and Proportion Lecture 5 along with the Practice test. First of all, you have to watch the full video tutorial after that you will be able to solve these problems easily.

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WATCH MATHS CLASS ON RATIO AND PROPORTION LECTURE-5

PRACTICE QUESTIONS OF RATIO AND PROP – 5

1.) Two numbers are in the ratio of 3:5. If each number is increased by 20 then the new ratio becomes 5:7. Find the original numbers.
(Ans 30,50)

2.) Two numbers are in the ratio of 2:3. If each number is increased by 15 then the new ratio becomes 7:9. Find the original numbers.
(Ans 20,30)

3.) In an examination, the number of those who passed and the number of those who failed were in the ratio of 4:1. If 35 less had appeared and the numbers of failures were 9 more than earlier the ratio of students who passed to the number of students who failed would have been 2:1. Find the total number who appeared at the examination.
(Ans 155)

4.) How many job applicants had applied if the ratio of selected to unselected was 19:17? If 1200 less had applied and 800 less selected then the ratio of selected to unselected would have been 1:1.
(Ans 7200)

5.) The Income of A & B are in the ratio of 3:2 and their expenditure are in the ratio of 5:3. If each saves Rs 1000 then find A’s income.
(Ans 6000)

6.) The Income of A & B are in the ratio of 5:3 and their expenses are in the ratio of 9:5. If both saves Rs 1300 and Rs 900 then find their income.
(Ans 4000,2400)

7.) The Ratio of expenditure of A, B, C is 16:12:9 and their total income is 1530. Find the share of B’s income if they save 20%, 25%, and 40% respectively.
(Ans 480)

8.) The Ratio of expenditure of A, B, C is 5:6:9 and their total income is 6060. Find the share of A’s income if they save 80%, 85%, and 75% respectively.
(Ans 1500)

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