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Answer the following questions based on ratio and proportion

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1.

If there are 16 ounces in 1 pound, the ratio of 6 ounces to 3¾ pounds is

  10 : 1

  1 : 10

  5 : 8

  2 : 1

  8 : 5

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2.

If 4 : 9 = 63 : x, then x =

  141.75

  141

  28

  28.75

  144

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3.

If a field is 55 m long and 45 m wide, then the ratio of its length to its perimeter is

  9 : 20

  11 : 9

  9 : 40

  11 : 20

  11 : 40

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4.

If there are 5 to 7 plums in a pound, the maximum number of plums in 35 pounds is

  245

  175

  25

  49

  7

  Half-n-half Clue
 

5.

In a partnership, two men invest $2000 and $3000. If the net profit of $13500 at the end of the year is divided in accordance with the amount each partner invested, then the man who invested more gets

  $2700

  $4500

  $5400

  $8100

  $9000

  Half-n-half Clue
 

6.

A fertilizer contains 3 parts nitrogen, 2 parts phosphate and 2 parts potash by weight. The weight of fertilizer that will contain 36 pounds of nitrogen is

  60 pounds

  84 pounds

  63 pounds

  126 pounds

  90 pounds

  Half-n-half Clue
 

7.

24-carat gold is pure gold. 18-carat gold is 3/4 gold and 20-carat gold is 5/6 gold. The ratio of pure gold in 20-carat gold to pure gold in 18-carat gold is

  5 : 4

  8 : 5

  5 : 8

  9 : 10

  10 : 9

  Half-n-half Clue
 


 
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