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RATIO AND PROPORTION Class 23 (Ratio practice - 2)

Pawan is twice as old as his son and three times as old as his daughter. Find the ratio of Pavan's age to his son's age when Pavan's age become twice that of his daughter age.? 8.7:0 b. 7:S C. 8:5 d. 9 7 Each of Sameer and Pawan has a few marbles with them. If Sameer gives 12 marbles to Pawan, the ratio of the number of marbles with them becomes the reciprocal of the initial ratio. If they together have a total of N marbles, how many marbles should Sameer give to Pawan so that each of them has an equal number of marbles? a. 6 b. 12 C. 24 d. 26 Mohit, Sohit, Rohit and Lohit bought a certain number of apples. Lohit bought half the number of apples bought by the other three. Rohit bought one-third of the apple bought by the other three, while Mohit bought two-fifth the number of apples bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of apples, find the ratio of number of apple bought by Sohit to apples bought by all four? a. 11:84 c. 11 73 d. Data insufficient.

Pawan is twice as old as his son and three times as old as his daughter. Find the ratio of Pavan's age to his son's age when Pavan's age become twice that of his daughter age.? a. 7:4 b. 7:5 c. 8:5 d. 9:7

Pawan is twice as old as his son and three times as old as his daughter. Find the ratio of Pavan's age to his son's age when Pavan's age become twice that of his daughter age.? a. 7:4 b. 7:5 c. 8:5 d. 9:7 hats on awans o-ja

Each of Sameer and Pawan has a few marbles with them. If Sameer gives 12 marbles to Pawan, the ratio of the number of marbles with them becomes the reciprocal of the initial ratio. If they together have a total of N marbles, how many marbles should Sameer give to Pawan so that each of them has an equal number of marbles? a. 6 b. 12 c. 24 d. 26

Each of Sameer and Pawan has a few marbles with them. If Sameer gives 12 marbles to Pawan, the ratio of the number of marbles with them becomes the reciprocal of the initial ratio. If they together have a total of N marbles, how many marbles should Sameer give to Pawan so that each of them has an equal number of marbles? .6 b. 12 C. 24 d. 26 a wen Same masnls. 2

Each of Sameer and Pawan has a few marbles with them. If Sameer gives 12 marbles to Pawan, the ratio of the number of marbles with them becomes the reciprocal of the initial ratio. If they together have a total of N marbles, how many marbles should Sameer give to Pawan so that each of them has an equal number of marbles? .6 b. 12 C. 24 d. 26 - 12. Samon. h 12 male, on a la P awan

Mohit, Sohit, Rohit and Lohit bought a certain number of apples. Lohit bought half the number of apples bought by the other three. Rohit bought one-third of the apple bought by the other three, while Mohit bought two-fifth the number of apples bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of apples, find the ratio of number of apple bought by Sohit to apples bought by all four? a. 11:84 b. 1 12 c. 11:73 d. Data insufficient.

Mohit, Sohit, Rohit and Lohit bought a certain number of apples. Lohit bought half the number of apples bought by the other three. Rohit bought one-third of the apple bought by the other three, while Mohit bought two-fifth the number of apples bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of apples, find the ratio of number of apple bought by Sohit to apples bought by all four ? a. 11:84 b. 1 12 C. 11 73 d. Data insufficient. Co 3 Cao- 2. 2

Mohit, Sohit, Rohit and Lohit bought a certain number of apples. Lohit bought half the number of apples bought by the other three. Rohit bought one-third of the apple bought by the other three, while Mohit bought two-fifth the number of apples bought by other three. If each of them bought a distinct number of apples, find the ratio of number of apple bought by Sohit to apples bought by all four ? a. 11:84 b. 1 12 C. 11 73 d. Data insufficient. 12 64 2 2. . 2 34