Ratio & Proportion Mcqs
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Ratio & Proportion Mcqs
MCQ: The sum of three numbers is 172. The ratio of the first and second numbers is 8:11. The ratio of the second and third is 5:7. Find the second number.
MCQ: If X:Y = 2:3, Y:Z = 4:5. Find X:Y:Z.
MCQ: A journey of 750 km was covered partly by car(x km) and partly by train(y km). If the distance travelled by train was 150 km more than the distance travelled by car, find x:y.
MCQ: A class has 90 students. If the ratio of boys and girls is 7:8, find the number of boys in the class.
MCQ: The perimeter of a triangle is 81 cm. If the sides are in the ratio 4:3:2, find the length of the largest side.
MCQ: A, B, C and D divide a sum of money among themselves in the ratio 7:4:3:2. If D gets Rs. 500 less than A, find the total amount.
MCQ: x is 20% more than z and y is 80% more than z. Find x:y.
MCQ: Divide Rs.2000 into two shares in the ratio 3:2.
MCQ: A bag contains 1 rupee, 2 rupee and 5 rupee coins amounting to Rs.264. If the ratio of the number of these coins is 3:5:4, find the number of 1 rupee coins.
MCQ: The plan for a rectangular area is drawn to a scale of 1:500. If the length and breadth in the plan is 30 cm and 20 cm, find the actual area.
MCQ: In what ratio should the profit of Rs.8000 be divided if X starts a business with an investment of Rs. 20000, Y invests Rs.7500 for 4 months and Z invests Rs.15000 after 3 months from the start of the business.
MCQ: The number of seats available for Biology and Computer Science in a school is in the ratio 5:8. They are to be increased by 30% and 25% . Find the new ratio.
MCQ: The ratio of the number of boys and girls in a college is 7 : 8. If the percentage iikcrease in the number of boys and girls be 20% and 10% respectively, what will be the new ratio ?
MCQ: The ratio of two numbers is 5:9. If each number is decreased by 5, the ratio becomes 5:11. Find the numbers.
MCQ: In what ratio should the profit be divided if M, N, O invests capital in ratio 2:3:5 and their timing of their investments are in the ratio 4:5:6.
MCQ: X, Y and Z are quantities of the same kind such that X:Y=5:8 and Y:Z=4:7. Find X:Z.
MCQ: The length and breadth of a rectangle are in the ratio 5:4. Find its perimeter if its area is 180 cmÂ²
MCQ: Solve for x
2x:25 = 6:(x/3)
MCQ: In a partnership for a business, Changaz invests Rs.6000 for complete year & Nasir invests Rs.3000 for 6 months. What is Nasirâ€™s share if they earn Rs.240 as profit?
MCQ: Two natural numbers whose sum is 72 cannot be in the ratio:
MCQ: Find the mean proportion between 5 and 45.
MCQ: What is the ratio of Faheemâ€™s salary to Imranâ€™s salary to Naveedâ€™s salary if Faheem makes 80,000 rupees ,Imran 70,000 rupees and Naveed makes 50,000 rupees ?
MCQ: If 40% of a number is equal to two-third of another number, what is the ratio of first number to the second number ?
MCQ: Find the fourth proportion to 3, 7 and 9.
MCQ: 4 singers, 5 dancers and 3 comperes divide an amount of Rs.130000 among themselves such that 3 comperes get as much as 2 dancers and 3 dancers get as much as 2 singers. Find the amount received by a singer.
MCQ: According to a recipe, 400 grams of flour should be mixed with 500 grams of sugar to bake cookies. If I have only 300 grams of flour, how much sugar should I mix to maintain the same proportion?
MCQ: A:B=2:3, B:C=3:4, A:D=4:5. Find C:D.
MCQ: The ratio of boys and girls in a class was 11:13. 8 girls and 4 boys join the class from this academic year and the ratio becomes 4:5. Find the strength of the class.
MCQ: The sum of cubes of two numbers is 280. If the numbers are in the ratio 2:3, find the smallest number.
MCQ: Three quantities X, Y and Z are such that XY=kZ where k is constant. Initially, X was at 4 and X:Y:Z was 2:3:4. If the value of Y is changed to 12 and Z is kept constant, find the value of X.