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Dividing by a ratio
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Bob Read
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over 5 years ago
- practice in divding an amount according to a ratio
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Question 1
Question
To make a jam you mix sugar and fruit in the ratio of 4:3. How much fruit do you use in making 420 g of jam?
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Answer
180 g
240 g
60 g
Question 2
Question
To make a garden spray you mix up the insecticide with water in the ratio of 1: 9. How much water to you use in making up 2 litres of the spray?
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Answer
200 ml
1800 ml
1600 ml
Question 3
Question
Fat and flour are mixed to make a pastry in the ratio of 1:4. How much flour do you use in making 600 g of the pastry?
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Answer
120 g
480 g
360 g