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Quantitative Aptitude :: Ratio and Proportion

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Ratio and Proportion :: Questions and Answers

Ratio and Proportion


1.

Raj is 16 years old and Arti is 24 years. Find the ratio of Arti's age to Raj's age.

A. 1:2
B. 2:3
C. 3:2
D. 3:4

2.

Two numbers are in the ratio of 3:1. if sum of these two numbers is 440 , find the numbers.

A. 300,110
B. 310,100
C. 330,100
D. 330,110

3.

In a mixture of 65 litres; milk and water are in the ratio of 3:2 . What are the quantities of milk and water in the mixture?

A. 12, 26
B. 13, 26
C. 39, 26
D. None of these.

4.

Some ballons are divided between two persons in the ratio of 3:5. If one person gets 20 less ballons than that of the other, find the total number of ballons.

A. 80
B. 90
C. 120
D. 150

5.

A:B = 3:4, B:C = 8:10, C:D = 15:17 then A:B:C:D will be -

A. 9:3:12:17
B. 9:15:12:17
C. 3:15:17:12
D. 9:12:15:17