# Can You Pass This Hardest Test On Ratios And Proportions?

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 86  Settings  The ratio is a way to compare two quantities by using division as in miles per hour, whereas; the proportion is an equation that derives the two ratios. This quiz has been designed to assess your knowledge of Ratios and Proportions Concept. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!

• 1.
The smallest common multiple of two or more numbers, is known as what?
• A.

Ratio

• B.

Rate

• C.

Cross product

• D.

Least common multiple

• E.

Unit Rate

• 2.
A relationship in quantity, amount, or size between two or more things, is known as what?
• A.

Ratio

• B.

Rate

• C.

Cross product

• D.

Least common multiple

• E.

Unit rate

• 3.
Proper or equal share, describes what?
• A.

Least common multiple

• B.

Ratio

• C.

Proportion

• D.

Rate

• E.

Cross product

• 4.
Reckoned value, describes what?
• A.

Least common multiple

• B.

Ratio

• C.

Proportion

• D.

Rate

• E.

Cross product

• 5.
Either of the two products obtained by multiplying the two means or the two extremes of a proportion, describes what?
• A.

Least common multiple

• B.

Ratio

• C.

Proportion

• D.

Rate

• E.

Cross product

• 6.
Ratios that name the same comparison, is what?
• A.

Proportion

• B.

Rate

• C.

Cross product

• D.

Equivalent ratio

• E.

Unit rate

• 7.
A rate in which the second quantity in the comparison is one unit, is what?
• A.

Proportion

• B.

Rate

• C.

Cross product

• D.

Equivalent Ratio

• E.

Unit rate

• 8.
Susan found a bag of 20 golf balls at a garage sale and bought the bag for 75 cents. Express the ratio of cost to the number of balls in lowest terms.
• A.

20:75

• B.

75:20

• C.

4:15

• D.

15:4

• 9.
A gardening magazine suggested that a good mix for a flower bed is 20 pails of clay dirt, 15 pails of sand, and 5 pails of manure. Express this in lowest terms.
• A.

20:15:5

• B.

10:7:3

• C.

4:3:1

• D.

4:3:2

• 10.
A stackable CD rack holds 25 CDs and costs \$4. Charlie has a collection of 150 CDs. How much will it cost him to buy enough racks to hold all of his CDs?
• A.

\$4

• B.

\$24

• C.

\$25

• D.

\$150