# Ratios and Proportions - Page 3

Questions

- If #7# apples cost #y# cents, how many can you buy for #x# dollars?
- The ratio of two people's weight remains the same, whether measured in pounds or kilograms? ( 1kg = 2.2lb )
- A restaurant had #3# pies, cut into eighths. By noon, #3/4# of all the pieces were sold. How many pieces of pie were sold by noon?
- Jasmine buys 2.25 kg of apples for $11.25. How much does 1 kg of apples cost?
- Makayla takes home $4400 per month from her job as a physical therapist. If her only debt obligations are a car loan payment of $530 and a mortgage payment of $760 every month, is she in danger of credit overload?
- How are ratios different from fractions?
- The sum of eight consecutive (one after the other) numbers is 88. What are the numbers?
- There are 48 stickers in 2 sheets of stickers. Which expresses the ratio of stickers to sheets?
- Do 20/32 and 12/20 form a proportion?
- What are 3 equivalent ratios for 12 to 9?
- You can get 12 color prints for $5.76. How much is this per print?
- Owen makes $3,000 per month. He spends $300 on credit card payments and $350 on an auto loan. What is his debt- to-income ratio?
- When surveyed, 5 out of every 8 students liked the food in the cafeteria. If 60 liked the food, how many were surveyed?
- How do you simplify the ratio 35 to 55?
- If two pounds of almonds costs $8.20 and 5 pounds cost $19.75, is the cost of almonds proportional to the weight?
- What is the ratio of 5 hours to 14 hours 10 minutes?
- Carly had some chocolates. She gave 178 chocolates to her neighbour and 2/5 of the remainder to her daughter. With the remaining chocolates, she gave 1/3 of the chocolates to her son and then had 256 chocolates left. How many chocolates had she at first?
- How do you find the ratio in simplest form: 30 minutes to 2 hours?
- Elise walked a total of 18 kilometers by making 9 trips to school. After 10 trips to school, how many kilometers will Elise have walked in total?
- Three numbers are in the ratio of 3:5:7. If their sum is 840, what are the 3 numbers?