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## Sharing a Quantity in Given RatioWorksheet with Answers PDF

**Example 1:**

Find p: s, if p: q = 4: 6 and r: s = 3: 12.

**Solution:**

Given ratios are p: q = 4:6 and r: s = 3: 12

Now, to find the ratio of p: s.

As we know, if there is a ratio of quantities a: b and c: d. To get a: d = \(\frac{a}{b}\) Ã— \(\frac{c}{d}\) = \(\frac{a}{d}\).

Similarly, we apply the same formula

p: s = \(\frac{p}{q}\) Ã— \(\frac{r}{s}\)

â‡’ p: s = \(\frac{4}{6}\) Ã— \(\frac{3}{12}\)

â‡’ p: s = 1: 6

Therefore, the value of the ratio p: s is **1: 6**.

**Example 2:**

If x: y = 5: 4 and y: z = 2: 6, then find (i) x: z and (ii) x: y: z.

**Solution:**

(i) Given x: y = 5: 4 and y: z = 2: 6

To get x: z, we use the formula, x: z = \(\frac{x}{y}\) Ã— \(\frac{y}{z}\)

So,

x: z = \(\frac{5}{4}\) Ã— \(\frac{2}{6}\)

â‡’ x: z = \(\frac{5Ã—2}{4Ã—6}\)

â‡’ x: z = \(\frac{10}{24}\)

â‡’ x: z = \(\frac{5}{12}\)

Thus, the ratio x: z = **5: 12**.

(ii) Given ratio x: y = 5: 4 and y:Â = 2: 6

Now, to find the ratio of x: y: z.

Here, the values of y are not the same. To get the ratio of x: y: z, we have to multiply the value of y with a number to get both the values equal.

\(\frac{x}{y}\) = \(\frac{5}{4}\) Ã— \(\frac{1}{1}\) = \(\frac{5}{4}\)

\(\frac{y}{z}\) = \(\frac{2}{6}\) Ã— \(\frac{2}{2}\) = \(\frac{4}{12}\)

Thus, the ratio x: y: z = **5: 4: 12**.

**Example 3:**

Divide â‚¹ 3876 in the ratio \(\frac{4}{5}\): 1\(\frac{3}{5}\).

**Solution:**

Given ratio \(\frac{4}{5}\): 1\(\frac{3}{5}\) i.e., \(\frac{4}{5}\): \(\frac{8}{5}\).

Therefore, the ratio becomes 4: 8 = 4+8 = 12.

Let the common multiple be x.

12x = 3876

x = \(\frac{3876}{12}\)

â‡’ x = 323

Now, 4x = 4Ã—323 = 1292

8x = 8Ã—323 = 2584

Thus, the ratio is divided into **â‚¹1292** and **â‚¹2584**.

**Example 4:**

If a: b = 3: 7, then find the ratios of the following:

(i) (2a+ 5b): (3a+ 6b)

(ii) (a+ 2b): (7a- b)

**Solution:**

(i) Given ratio a: b = 3: 7

The given equation is (2a+ 5b): (3a+ 6b).

Now, substitute the values of a and b in the above equation.

(2a+ 5b): (3a+ 6b) = ((2Ã—3)+(5Ã—7)): ((3Ã—3)+(6Ã—7)) = (6+35): (9+42) = 41: 51

Thus, the ratio of the equation (2a+ 5b): (3a+ 6b) is **41: 51**.

(ii) Given equation is (a+ 2b): (7a- b)

The values of a and b were given are 3 and 7.

Now, substitute the values in the above equation.

(a+ 2b): (7a- b) = (3+(2Ã—7)): ((7Ã—3)-7) = (3+14): (21-7) = 15: 14

Hence, the ratio is **15: 14**.

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**Example 5:**

Find the value of m, if (m-1): (m+3) is the reciprocal ratio of 12: 8.

**Solution:**

The reciprocal ratio of 12: 8 is 8: 12.

Now, 8: 12 = (m-1): (m+3)

â‡’ \(\frac{8}{12}\) = \(\frac{m-1}{m+3}\)

â‡’ 8(m+3) = 12(m-1)

â‡’ 8m+24 = 12m-12

â‡’ 8m- 12m = -12 – 24

â‡’ -4m = -36

â‡’ m = \(\frac{36}{4}\)

â‡’ m = 9.

Therefore, the value of m is **9**.

**Example 6:**

If 4x = 7y = 2z, find the ratio of x: y: z.

**Solution:**

Given equation is 4x = 7y = 2z.

Now, 4x = 7y

â‡’ x = \(\frac{7y}{4}\) —- (i)

7y = 2z

â‡’ z = \(\frac{7y}{2}\) —- (ii)

Now,

x: y: z = \(\frac{7y}{4}\): y : \(\frac{7y}{2}\) (from (i) and (ii))

â‡’ x: y: z = \(\frac{7}{4}\): 1 : \(\frac{7}{2}\)

â‡’ x: y: z = 7: 4: 14

Hence, the ratio of x: y: z is **7: 4: 14**.

**Example 7:**

Divide $ 3570 in the ratio \(\frac{1}{5}\): 1\(\frac{2}{3}\): \(\frac{2}{15}\).

**Solution:**

Given ratio is \(\frac{1}{5}\): 1\(\frac{2}{3}\): \(\frac{2}{15}\) i.e., \(\frac{1}{5}\): \(\frac{5}{3}\): \(\frac{2}{15}\).

Let the common multiple be k.

Therefore, \(\frac{1k}{5}\): \(\frac{5k}{3}\): \(\frac{2k}{15}\) = 3570

â‡’ \(\frac{3k}{15}\): \(\frac{25k}{15}\): \(\frac{2k}{15}\) = 3570

â‡’ \(\frac{30k}{15}\) = 3570

â‡’ 2k = 3570

â‡’ k = \(\frac{3570}{2}\)

â‡’ k = 1785

Now, to find the three equal ratios

\(\frac{1k}{5}\) = \(\frac{1Ã—1785}{5}\) = \(\frac{1785}{5}\) =357

\(\frac{5k}{3}\) = \(\frac{5Ã—1785}{3}\) = \(\frac{8925}{3}\) = 2975

\(\frac{2k}{15}\) = \(\frac{2Ã—1785}{15}\) = \(\frac{3570}{15}\) = 238

The ratio is divided into **$357**, **$2975**, and **$238**.

**Example 8:**

If a: b = 4: 1, b: c = 12: 7, and c: d = 7: 9, then find the triplicate ratio of a: d.

**Solution:**

Given ratios are a: b = 4: 1, b: c = 12: 7, and c: d = 7: 9

Now, to find the ratio of a: d.

Here,

a: d = \(\frac{a}{b}\) Ã— \(\frac{b}{c}\) Ã— \(\frac{c}{d}\)

â‡’ a: d = \(\frac{4}{1}\) Ã— \(\frac{12}{7}\) Ã— \(\frac{7}{9}\)

â‡’ a: d = \(\frac{4Ã—12Ã—7}{1Ã—7Ã—9}\)

â‡’ a: d = \(\frac{4Ã—4Ã—1}{1Ã—1Ã—}\)

â‡’ a: d = 16: 3

The ratio of a: d is 16: 3.

Triplicate ratio = 16Â³ : 3Â³ = 4096 : 27.

Therefore, the triplicate ratio of a: d = **4096: 27**.

**Example 9:
**What number should be added to the ratio of 13: 33? So, the ratio becomes 4: 9.

**Solution:**

Given ratio is 13: 33

Now, we have to add the number so that we can get the ratio of 4: 9.

If we add the number 3 to the ratio of 13: 33

We got, 13+3: 33+3 = 16: 36.

So, the ratio becomes 16: 36 = 4: 9.

Thus, the number **4** should be added to the given ratio.