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KS3 Maths Foundation Questions – Ratios

1) Express these in their simplest form :

a) 3 male lions to 15 lionesses = :

b) 100 policemen to 45,000 people in the town = :

c) 16 cats for every 40 dogs = :

d) 12 chicken for 96 eggs = :

e) 14 trophies over 8 years = :

f) 8 boxes for 24 items = :

2) Split the amounts into the given ratio

a) 50 sweets into 6:4 =

b) 70 sweets into 3:4 =

c) 28 sweets 1:3 =

d) 60p into 2:3 =

e) 48p into 5:3 =

f) 104 chocolates into 7:6 =

g) 24p into 7:1 =

KS3 Maths Higher Questions – Ratios

1) Express these in their simplest whole number form.

a) 3 : 15 = :

b) 100 : 45,000 = :

c)0.2 : 1.2 : 0.6 = : :

d) 1.2 : 9.6 = :

e) 14 : 8 : 30 = : :

f) 0.08 : 2.4 : 0.16 = : :

2) Express the ratios in 1 : n.

a) 300 : 150 = 1 :

b) 0.75 : 0.375 = 1 :

c) 2 : 3 = 1 :

d) 2 : 5 = 1 :

e) 12 : 15 = 1 :

3) Split the amounts into the given ratio.

a) £90 into 5:3:2 =

b) 35 toys into 3:4: =

c) 44 blocks 1:3 =

d) 60p into 2:3 =

e) 63m into 4:2:3 =

f) 104 chocolates into 4:6:3 =

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