Practice Questions on Ratios & Proportion
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Difficult Ratios & Proportion Question - 6

Q6.

The ratio of marks obtained by Vinod and Basu is $6:5$. If the combined average of their percentage is 68.75 and their sum of the marks is 275, find the total marks for which exam was conducted. 

A.

150

B.

200

C.

400

D.

None

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Difficult Ratios & Proportion Question - 7

Q7.

In a pocket of A, the ratio of Rs.1 coins, 50p coins and 25p coins can be expressed by three consecutive odd prime numbers that are in ascending order. The total value of coins in the bag is Rs 58. If the number of Rs.1, 50p, 25p coins are reversed, find the new total value of coins in the pocket of A?

A.

Rs 68

B.

Rs 43

C.

Rs 75

D.

Rs 82

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Difficult Ratios & Proportion Question - 8

Q8.

Joseph bought two varieties of rice, costing 5 cents per ounce and 6 cents per ounce each, and mixed them in some ratio. Then he sold the mixture at 7 cents per ounce, making a profit of 20 percent. What was the ratio of the mixture?

A.

$1:10$

B.

$1:5$

C.

$2:7$

D.

$3:8$

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Difficult Ratios & Proportion Question - 9

Q9.

A bus and a truck are available to cross a jungle. The speed of the truck is thrice that of the bus. The capacity of the truck is 50 persons and that of bus is 30 persons. The average occupancy of the bus is twice that of the truck. The tickets for the bus and the truck cost Re 1 and Re 1.50 respectively. What is the ratio of the average rupee collection of the truck to that of the bus in a day? Assume there is no wastage time between trips and the occupancy of the bus/truck is defined as the ratio of the actual number of persons boarding it and its capacity.

A.

$15 : 4$

B.

$15 : 2$

C.

$15 : 8$

D.

$15 : 7$

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Difficult Ratios & Proportion Question - 10

Q10.

Manish, Rahul and Bharti have some stones with each of the. Five times the number of stones with Rahul equals seven times the number of stones with Manish while five times the number of stones with Manish equals seven times the number of stones with Bharti. What is the minimum number of stones that can be there with all three of them put together?

A.

113

B.

109

C.

93

D.

97

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