**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 5

^{th}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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**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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