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The ratio of girls to boys in a drama group is 7:6. There are 24 boys in the drama group.
How many girls are there in the drama group?CorrectIncorrect
The ratio of the length to the width of a rectangle is 5:4.
The width of the rectangle is 36 cm.
Work out the length of the rectangle.
A drink contains orange juice and water in the ratio 1:4.
There are 340 ml of water in the drink.
Work out the amount of orange juice in the drink.
The width and the length of a rectangular sheet of paper are in the ratio 3:5.
The width of the sheet of paper is 21 cm.
Work out the perimeter of the sheet of paper.
Pete works as a sales representative.
Each week he is paid a wage plus expenses.
Last week his expenses and wage were in the ration 2:9.
Pete’s wage last week was £360.
(a) Pete’s expenses last week. £
(b) the total amount he was paid last week. £
Luisa and Polly share some money in the ratio 7:8.
If Luisa receives £420, work out:
(a) how much Polly gets. £
(b) the total amount they received. £
In a ball pool the ratio of red balls to black balls is 1 : 3/5.
If there are 120 black balls in the pool, work out the number of red balls.CorrectIncorrect
Naomi, Fern and Carol are going on a driving holiday. They will share the cost of the petrol in the ratio 5:6:7.
Naomi fills the car with petrol and pays her share of £12.50.
What much did it cost to fill the car with petrol for the holiday?