null
US
Sign In
Sign Up for Free
Sign Up
We have detected that Javascript is not enabled in your browser. The dynamic nature of our site means that Javascript must be enabled to function properly. Please read our
terms and conditions
for more information.
Next up
Copy and Edit
You need to log in to complete this action!
Register for Free
518833
Dividing by a ratio
Description
- practice in divding an amount according to a ratio
No tags specified
ratio
maths
problem sovling
maths
gcse
Quiz by
Bob Read
, updated more than 1 year ago
More
Less
Created by
Bob Read
almost 10 years ago
239
3
0
Resource summary
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?
Image:
VIV-BLOG-Jam-Sugar-02 (image/jpg)
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?
Image:
garden_spray (image/jpg)
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?
Image:
pastry_making (image/jpg)
Answer
120 g
480 g
360 g
Show full summary
Hide full summary
Want to create your own
Quizzes
for
free
with GoConqr?
Learn more
.
Similar
Fractions and percentages
Bob Read
GCSE Maths Symbols, Equations & Formulae
Andrea Leyden
FREQUENCY TABLES: MODE, MEDIAN AND MEAN
Elliot O'Leary
HISTOGRAMS
Elliot O'Leary
CUMULATIVE FREQUENCY DIAGRAMS
Elliot O'Leary
GCSE Maths: Geometry & Measures
Andrea Leyden
GCSE Maths: Understanding Pythagoras' Theorem
Micheal Heffernan
Using GoConqr to study Maths
Sarah Egan
New GCSE Maths
Sarah Egan
Maths GCSE - What to revise!
livvy_hurrell
GCSE Maths Symbols, Equations & Formulae
livvy_hurrell
Browse Library