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Ratio and Proportion on Arithmetic Aptitude related Questions and Answers
Question 1 :
A track covers a distance of 550 metres in 1 minute whereas a bus covers a distance of 33 kms in 45 minute. The ratio of their speeds is:
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Question 2 :
A dishonest milk man mixed 1 liter of water for every 3 liters of milk and thus made up 36 liters of milk. If he now adds 15 liters of milk to mixture, find the ratio of milk and water in the new mixture
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Question 3 :
A cat leaps 5 leaps for every 4 leaps of a dog, but 3 leaps of the dog are equal to 4 leaps of the cat. What is the ratio of the speed of the cat to that of the dog?
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Question 4 :
In a class, the number of girls is 20% more than that of the boys. The strength of the class is 66. If 4 more girls are admitted to the class, the ratio of the number of boys to that of the girls is
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Question 5 :
If A:B=2:3,B:C=4:5 and C:D =5:9 then A:D is equal to
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Question 6 :
In a school having roll strength 286, the ratio of boys and girls is 8:5. If 22 more girls get admitted into the school, the ratio of boys and girls becomes
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Question 7 :
If two times A is equal to three times of B and also equal to four times of C, then A:B:C is
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Question 8 :
If A:B=2:3 and B:C=4:5 then A:B:C is
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Question 9 :
If A and B are in the ratio 3:4, and B and C in the ratio 12:13, then A and C will be in the ratio
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Question 10 :
If 2/3 of A=75% of B=0.6 of C, then A:B:C is
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