## Problems on Ratio and Proportion

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## Solve Problems:

1) A: B: C is in the ratio of 3: 2: 5. How much money will C get out of Rs 1260?

1. 252
2. 125
3. 503
4. None of these

2) If a: b is 3: 4 and b: c is 2: 5. Find a: b: c.

1. 3: 2: 5
2. 3: 6: 5
3. 3: 4:10
4. 2: 3: 4

3) A: B is 1: 2; B: C is 3: 2 and C: D is 1:3. Find A: B: C: D.

1. 3: 6: 4: 12
2. 2: 3: 5: 7
3. 3: 5: 7: 6
4. 2: 1: 6: 13

4) 5600 is to be divided into A, B, C, and D in such a way that the ratio of share of A: B is 1: 2, B: C is 3: 1, and C: D is 2: 3. Find the sum of (A and C) and (B and C).

1. Rs 2400, Rs 3000
2. Rs 2000, Rs 3000
3. Rs 2400, Rs 3200
4. Rs 2000, Rs 3200

5) The ratio of the total amount distributed in all the males and females as salary is 6: 5. The ratio of the salary of each male and female is 2: 3. Find the ratio of the no. of males and females.

1. 5:9
2. 5:7
3. 7:5
4. 9:5

6) The number of employees is reduced in the ratio 3: 2 and the salary of each employee are increased in the ratio 4: 5. By doing so, the company saves Rs. 12000. What was the initial expenditure on the salary?

1. 62000
2. 60000
3. 50000
4. 72000

7) The ratio of the salary of A and B, one year ago is 3: 2. The ratio of original salary to the increased salary of A is 2: 3 and that of B is 3: 4. The total present salary of A and B together is Rs. 21500. Find the salary of B.

1. 6000
2. 7000
3. 8000
4. 9000

8) The ratio of income of two workers A and B are 3: 4. The ratio of expenditure of A and B is 2: 3 and each saves Rs 200. Find the income of A and B.

1. 500, 600
2. 600, 800
3. 600, 900
4. 800, 1000

9) The ratio of the expenditure of Pervez, Sunny, and Ashu are 16: 12: 9 respectively and their savings are 20%, 25%, 40% of their income. The sum of the income is Rs 1530, find Sunny’s salary.

1. 200
2. 480
3. 300
4. 420

10) The ratio of income of Pervez, Sunny, and Ashu is 3: 7: 4 and the ratio of their expenditure is 4: 3: 5 respectively. If Pervez saves Rs 300 out of 2400, find the savings of Ashu.

1. 570
2. 560
3. 565
4. 575