Worksheet: Sharing a Quantity into a Ratio

In this worksheet, we will practice sharing quantities in two- and three-part ratios.

Q1:

Divide 72 cm in the ratio 231.

  • A24 cm, 22 cm, 12 cm
  • B26 cm, 34 cm, 12 cm
  • C24 cm, 36 cm, 12 cm
  • D22 cm, 37 cm, 13 cm
  • E22 cm, 37 cm, 36 cm

Q2:

Divide 48 kg in the ratio 21.

  • A14 kg, 16 kg
  • B14 kg, 32 kg
  • C32 kg, 16 kg
  • D30 kg, 18 kg
  • E34 kg, 14 kg

Q3:

Three friends win £6,000. They decide to share the money in the ratio 354. Calculate the amount each one receives.

  • A£1,500, £2,500, and £2,200
  • B£1,400, £2,500, and £2,000
  • C£1,500, £2,500, and £2,000
  • D£1,400, £2,400, and £2,200
  • E£1,500, £2,400, and £2,000

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