# P5 Maths Ratio Test

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This quiz is to test the understanding of the ratio topic in Primary Maths

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• 1.
Patrick and Spongebob shared a packet of sweets in the ratio 5 : 2. AfterSpongebob gave 32 sweets to Squidward, the ratio changed to 9 : 2.How many sweets were there at first?
• A.

252

• B.

131

• C.

90

• D.

150

• E.

512

• 2.
Grace to her cousin’s age is 4 : 5. 6 years later, the ratio will be 11 : 13.Find Grace’s age.
• A.

12

• B.

14

• C.

15

• D.

16

• E.

18

• 3.
A sphere, a cone and a cube has volume in the ratio of 8 : 4 : 7. Whenthe cube was dropped on the floor, 16 cm3 of it was chipped off. Thenew ratio became 40 : 20 : 31. Find the total volume of the 3 objectsinitially.
• A.

200 cm3

• B.

380 cm3

• C.

420 cm3

• D.

280 cm3

• E.

350 cm3

• 4.
The ratio of Jack’s number of cows to Janet’s number of cows is 7 : 13.The ratio of Jack’s number of cows to Sam’s number of cows is 11 : 4.Express Janet’s number of cows to Sam’s number of cows in itssimplest form.
• A.

3 : 4

• B.

50 : 27

• C.

143 : 28

• D.

121 : 39

• E.

111 : 89

• 5.
The ratio of Salesman A’s commission to Salesman B’s commission toSalesman C’s commission is 7 : 15 : 9. If Salesman A’s commission is\$840, how much money must Salesman B give to Salesman A andSalesman C so that they share equal amount of commission?
• A.

Salesman B must give Salesman A \$450 and Salesman C \$120.

• B.

Salesman B must give Salesman A \$420 and Salesman C \$140.

• C.

Salesman B must give Salesman A \$300 and Salesman C \$200.

• D.

Salesman B must give Salesman A \$380 and Salesman C \$180.

• E.

Salesman B must give Salesman A \$400 and Salesman C \$160.

• 6.
Simon and Jackson shared the rent of an apartment. Simon paid \$2200monthly. After a discussion, Simon decided to increase his share to\$2800. The ratio of Simon’s amount to Jackson’s amount became 7 : 9.How much was Jackson paying initially?
• A.

\$210

• B.

\$2100

• C.

\$420

• D.

\$4200

• E.

\$5600