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# Ratio and Proportion Questions and Answers Aptitude Problems

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## Ratio and Proportion Questions

Q :

The difference between two whole numbers is 110 and the numbers are in ratio 2 : 7. Find the sum of the two numbers.

(A) 286

(B) 132

(C) 242

(D) 198

Q :

The total of the ages of Kiran, Shantanu and Saransh is 93 years. Ten years ago, the respective ratio of their ages was 2 : 3 : 4 . What is the present age of Saransh?

(A) 32 years

(B) 34 years

(C) 24 years

(D) 38 years

Q :

The respective ratio between the present ages of Rani and Moni is 6 : 7. If Moni is 4 years older than Rani, then what will be the respective ratio of the ages of Rani and Moni after 4 years?

(A) 4 : 3

(B) 7 : 8

(C) 3 : 4

(D) 3 : 5

Q :

If A:B :: 6:11 and B:C :: 6:7, then A:C ::_____

(A) 66:77

(B) 36:66

(C) 36:77

(D) 6:13

Q :

Two numbers are in the ratio 3:5. If each number is increased by 10, the ratio becomes 5:7. The numbers are -

(A) 12, 20

(B) 15, 25

(C) 3, 5

(D) 18, 30

Q :

In 80 litres mixture of milk and water the ratio of amount of milk to that of amount of water is 7: 3. In order to make this ratio 2: 1, how many litres of water should be added?

(A) 5

(B) 6

(C) 8

(D) 4

Q :

The annual income of A and B Aare in the ratio 4: 3 and the ratio a of their expenditures is 3 : 2. If each of them saves ₹ 600 in the year, the annual income of A is

(A) ₹4800

(B) ₹1800

(C) ₹1200

(D) ₹2400

Q :

The monthly income of two persons are in the ratio 2: 3 and their monthly expenses are in the ratio 5: 9. If each of themn saves ₹ 600 per month, then their monthly incomes are

(A) ₹1500 : ₹22250

(B) ₹1200 : ₹1800

(C) ₹1600 : ₹2400

(D) ₹1400 : ₹2100

Q :

The ratio of the first and second class train fares between two stations is 3: 1 and that of the numbers of passengers travelling between the two stations by first and second classes is 1: 50. If on a particular day. 1,325 are collected from passengers travelling between the two stations. Then the amount collected from the second class passengers is

(A) ₹1250

(B) ₹1000

(C) ₹850

(D) ₹750

Q :

If p : q : r = 1: 2: 4, then $$\sqrt{5p^{2}+q^{2}+r^{2}}$$ is equal to

(A) 8

(B) 2q

(C) 5p

(D) 4r