MathematicsRatio and Proportion (NSTSE (National Level Science Talent Search Examination) Class 6): Questions 10  16 of 102
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Question number: 10
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A shopkeeper bought some groceries having weight of 500 kg. Then he sold some of the groceries of 235 kg to another shopkeeper and 50 kg to customers. Find the ratio of weight of groceries he bought and sold.
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Question number: 11
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The ratio is given as , then if we add 3 to antecedent and 5 to consequent. Then the now ratio is
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a.  5: 7 

b.  5: 12 

c.  6: 35 

d.  10: 21 

Question number: 12
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In a school, total numbers of peoples are 450 from which 180 are girls, 220 are boys and remaining are teachers. Then find the ratio of total numbers of peoples and teachers.
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Question number: 13
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In a ratio, second term is called as________.
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a.  Antecedent 

b.  Means 

c.  Extremes 

d.  Consequent 

Question number: 14
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For , the mean proportion is
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a.  48 

b.  12 

c.  36 

d.  4 

Question number: 15
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Ratio of mango to milk to be mixed to prepare juice is 4: 5. For 12 mangoes the number of cups of milk to be used is
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a.  12 

b.  3 

c.  5 

d.  15 

Question number: 16
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If then the correct statement is
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