## Ratio Example 2

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Ratio

Ratio based problem are very important for banking exams or ssc exams all type competitive exams, One or two problems are given in paper based exam or online exams. Here is some problems are given with solution including ratio shortcut tricks which are given in exams.

We elaborate one example here, some amount is given this amount are divide into persons and find the amount of one or two persons. Some examples are given to find the mean term of example 2. This type of problem are given in Quantitative Aptitude which is a very essential paper in banking exam. Under below given some more example for your better practice.

Example #1

In a town, 20% of the men are same in numbers as 1/4th of the women. What would be the ratio of men and women in that town?

- 6 : 7
- 5 : 4
- 4 : 5
- 4 : 6

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**Answer:**Option (B)

**How to Solve**

20% men

( 20 / 100 ) Men <=> ( 1 / 4 ) Women

Men / 5 = Women / 4

Men / Women = 5 / 4

Men : Women = 5 : 4

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Example #2

In a school, the number of ratio of boys and girls is 4 : 9. After inclusion of 32 new girls, the ratio become 4 : 17. How many boys were present in the school?

- 24
- 14
- 26
- 16

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**Answer:**Option (D)

**How to Solve**

4x / 9x + 32 = 4 / 17

68x = 36x + 128

x = 4

So, the number of boys in the school is (4 x 4) = 16.

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Example #3

In a school ratio of boys and girls is 9 : 6 and if there present 180 boys, than find the total number of students in the school.

- 300
- 320
- 280
- 295

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**Answer:**Option (A)

**How to Solve**

Let, the number of boys and girls be 9x and 6x.

Then, 9x = 180

x = 20

So, total number of students is 15x = (15 x 20) = 300.

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Example #4

Share Rs.4200/- among Joy, Sanjay and Bijoy in the ration 2 : 4 : 6. Find the amount received by Sanjay.

- Rs.2600/-
- Rs.1400/-
- Rs.1300/-
- Rs.1900/-

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**Answer:**Option (B)

**How to Solve**

( Related Ratio / Sum of Ratio ) x Total Amount

4 / 12 X 4200 = 1400

So, the Amount received by sanjay is 1400.

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Example #5

Find the mean proportional between given two number that is 64 and 49.

- 55
- 56
- 57
- 49

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**Answer:**Option (B)

**How to Solve**

Root of 64 and 49 is √8 x √7 = 8 x 7 = 56.

So, the mean proportion is 56.

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Example #6

Rs.385/- were divided among P, Q, R in such a way that P had Rs.20/- more than Q and R had Rs.15/- more than P. How much was R’s share?

- Rs.149/-
- Rs.145/-
- Rs.155/-
- Rs.160/-

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**Answer:**Option (B)

**How to Solve**

Let, Q gets Rs.X.

So, We can say that P gets ( X + 20 ) and R gets ( X + 35 ).

Now, Q + P + R = 385

X + ( X + 20 ) + ( X + 35 ) = 385

X + X + 20 + X + 35 = 385

3X = 385 – 20 – 35

3X = 330

X = 110

So, R’s share is ( 110 + 35 ) = Rs.145/-.

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Example #7

Rs.1210/- were divided among three person P, Q, R in the ratio of P : Q = 5 : 4 and Q : R = 9 : 10. So, what amount will R gets?

- Rs.460/-
- Rs.420/-
- Rs.300/-
- Rs.400/-

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**Answer:**Option (D)

**How to Solve**

P : Q = 5 : 4

Q : R = 9 : 10 = ( 9 x 4 / 9 ) : ( 10 x 4 / 9 ) = 4 : 40 / 9

So, P : Q : R = 5 : 4 : 40 /9 = 45 : 36 : 40

Sum of ratio terms is = ( 45 + 36 + 40 ) = 121

So, R’s share amount is ( 1210 x 40 / 121 ) = Rs.400/-.

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Example #8

Rs.64000/- are divided among three friends in the ratio of 3 / 5 : 2 / 1 : 5 / 3. What will be the share of the second friend?

- Rs.32000/-
- Rs.25000/-
- Rs.30000/-
- Rs.28000/-

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**Answer:**Option (C)

**How to Solve**

Here the given ratio is = 3 / 5 : 2 / 1 : 5 / 3 = 9 : 30 : 25

So, the Share of the second friend will be ( 64000 x 30 / 64 ) = 30000.

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Example #9

Which of the following ratio is the greatest?

7 : 15, 15 : 23, 17 : 25, 21 : 29

- 21 : 29
- 17 : 25
- 15 : 23
- 7 : 15

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**Answer:**Option (A)

**How to Solve**

7 / 15 = 0.466

15 / 23 = 0.652

17 / 25 = 0.68

21 / 29 = 0.724

So, 0.724 is greatest and therefore, 21 : 29.

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Example #10

What number has to be added to each term of 3 : 5 to make the ratio 5 : 6.

- 4
- 5
- 6
- 7

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**Answer:**Option (D)

**How to Solve**

Let, the number to be added is x

then, ( 3 + x ) / ( 5 + x ) = 5 / 6

6 ( 3 + x ) = 5 ( 5 + x )

x = ( 25 – 18 ) = 7

So , the number to be added is 7.

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Example #11

On dividing a sum of Rs.832/- between Paul and John in the ratio 5 : 3, what will be their shares?

- Paul = Rs.520/- and John = Rs.312/-
- Paul = Rs.312/- and John = Rs.520/-
- Paul = Rs.512/- and John = Rs.320/-
- Paul = Rs.320/- and John = Rs.512/-

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**Answer:**Option (A)

**How to Solve**

The given ratio is = 5 : 3

Paul’s share will be ( 832 x 5 / 8 ) = Rs.520/-

John’s share will be ( 832 x 3 / 8 ) = Rs.312/-

So, their shares are Rs.520/- and Rs.312/-.

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Example #12

A certain amount was divided between A and B in the ratio of 4 : 3. If B’s share was Rs.4800/-, what was the total amount?

- Rs.11800/-
- Rs.11200/-
- Rs.10200/-
- Rs.10800/-

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**Answer:**Option (B)

**How to Solve**

If, B’s share is 3

And sum of ratio terms is = ( 4 + 3 ) = 7

Now, B’s share is 4800

then sum of share amount is = ( 7 / 3 x 4800 ) = 11200.

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Example #13

The Salary of Three friend A, B, C are divided into ratio 5 : 6 : 8. If the increment has given of 10%, 20%, 25%, then find the new ratio of three friend salary?

- 11X / 10 : 9X / 5 : 10X / 4
- 11X / 5 : 36X / 5 : 10X / 4
- 55X / 10 : 36X / 5 : 40X / 4
- 55X / 5 : 36X / 10 : 40X / 8

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**Answer:**Option (C)

**How to Solve**

We assume ratio as 5x, 6x and 8x

Now the increment of new salary of A is 10% = 110 / 100

B is 20% = 120 / 100

C is 25% = 125 / 100

A,s new salary is 110 x 5X / 100 = 55X / 10

B,s new salary is 120 x 6X / 100 = 36X / 5

C,s new salary is 125 x 8X / 100 = 10

So, the new ratio is 55X / 10 : 36X / 5 : 40X / 4.

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### Few more Ratio Example

- Ratio Examples 1
- Ratio Examples 3
- Ratio Examples 4
- Ratio Hard Example 1
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in the 4th sum mistake

rshare will be 1210*40/121=400

but in the sum

1210*36/121=400 given this step will be mistake. pls make it correct.

thank u amalesh….

example6 war wong . the correct ratio is 9:30:25

thank u chandu…

e.g no.1 how 8come

sum of ratio terms 3 + 5 = 8

In the 9th ex it is 11200 instead of 1120.

i can’t understand ration example 2 second sum how 110,120,125 came

10% = 110/100, 20% = 120 /100, 25% = 125/100 increment salary

qs no 2 not understand

In example 12 answer is correct but the step seems incorrect

3x=4800 therefore x=4800/3

total amount=4x+3x=7x=7*(4800/3)=7*1600=11200

Can we solved Que no 6 like this

P=120,Q=100,R=135

24:20:27

385*27/71

146

how to calculate ex.9 to easily tel some quick to find.

7/15=0.466

answer for example 1 is wrong it should be 4:5

let no. of men = 100 , no. of women = 100

now , 20% of 100 = 20 , 1/4 of 100 = 25

men:women = 20 / 25 ==> 4:5

Ex-6

x+20+x+x+35=385

3x=330

sir kindly explain it once again

there are lots of mistake in the question.for example, in 6 th sum value of R had is given as rs15 in the question but rs 35 is taken as r value in the solution..