Question 1: Express the following ratios in simplest form:

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Question 2: Express the following ratios in simplest form:

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Question 3: Which ratio is greater:

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Question 4: Arrange the following ratios in ascending order of magnitude:

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Question 5: Divide Rs. between in the ratio

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Question 6: Divide Rs. among A, B, C in the ratio of

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Question 7: Divide Rs. among A, B, C in the ration of

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Question 8: Divide Rs. between in the ratio

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Question 9: Divide Rs. among such that

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Question 10: A big contains one rupee, p and p coins in the ration of amounting to Rs . Find the number of coins in each type.

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Coins: One Rupee paisa paisa

Amount: One Rupee paisa paisa

Therefore the coins are in ratio of \text{ or }

Question 11: Find when:

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LCM of . Therefore we can say

LCM of . Therefore we can say

LCM of . Therefore we can say

Question 12: If , find .

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Therefore ,

Now,

LCM of , Therefore we can say

Question 13: If , find

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Therefore ,

Now,

LCM of , Therefore we can say

Question 14: Two numbers are in the ration of . On adding to the first and to the second, their rations become . Find the numbers.

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Let the two numbers be . Therefore

\text{ or }

Question 15: A sum of money is divided between in the ratio . If B’s share is Rs. , find the total amount.

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Let the total money to be divided be

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Question 16: Two numbers are in the ratio of . If their difference is , find the numbers.

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Let the two numbers be

Substituting

Question 17: A certain sum of money is divided between in the ration of . If A’s share is Rs. , find the total amount and also the shares of each one of .

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Let the total money to be divided be

.

.

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Question 18: The ratio of the number of boys and number of girls in a school of students is . If new boys are admitted, find how many new girls can be admitted to make the ratio .

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Let the number of boys and girls be respectively.

Let the number of girls added

Solve for . Therefore we need to add girls to make the new ratio to

Question 19: The sum of three numbers is . If the ratio of the first to the second is and that of the second to the third is , then find the numbers.

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Let the three numbers be .

LCM of is .

Hence:

Question 20: Find the number which when added to each term of the ratio , changes the ratio to

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Let be added to both the terms

Question 21: The present ages of Mr. X and his Son are in the ratio of . If the ratio of their ages years ago was , then find their present ages.

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Let the present age of Mr. X be and his son be . Therefore

\text{ or }

Solving for

Question 22: Salaries of are in the ratio of . If the increment of are allowed respectively in their salaries, then what will be the new ratio of their salaries.

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If A’s salary was , B’s salary was and C’s salary was , then the ratios of their salaries would be .

With increments, A’s salary becomes , B’s salary becomes and C’s salary becomes .

Therefore the new ratio would be

Question 23: A got marks out of in Physics and marks out of in Math. In which of the two subjects did he perform better?

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LCM of Therefore

Therefore A performed better in Math.

Question 24: A mixture consists of only two components . In of this mixture, the components are in the ratio of . What quantity of component B $ has to be added in this mixture so that the new ratio is ?

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Quantity of in the mixture

Quantity of in the mixture

Let the quantity of added to the mixture is

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