# Lesson Worksheet: Equivalent Ratios Mathematics • 6th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice simplifying ratios, whether they be part-to-part ratios or three-part ratios, and how to find equivalents to these ratios.

Q1:

Find the ratio in its simplest form.

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Q2:

Express the ratio in its simplest form.

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Q3:

A boy has 209 LE and his sister has 132 LE. What is the ratio between his money and hers in its simplest form?

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Q4:

Which of the following ratios is equivalent to 1.5 : 4.6?

• A7.5 : 10.6
• B7.5 : 23
• C3 : 2.3
• D7.5 : 4.6
• E3 : 4.6

Q5:

We can find equivalent ratios by multiplying or dividing both sides by the same number. For example, 1 : 5 is equivalent to 2 : 10. Write a ratio equivalent to by 4 that is the result of multiplying both sides by 4.

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Write a ratio equivalent to 3 : 8 that is the result of multiplying both sides by 5.

• A15 : 8
• B3 : 40
• C15 : 40
• D40 : 15
• E8 : 13

Q6:

Which of the following ratios is equivalent to 3 : 7?

• A7 : 3
• B12 : 28
• C7 : 11
• D1 : 21
• E1 : 5

Q7:

A student got 30 out of 90 marks in the first-term exam in physics, and he got 81 out of 90 in the second-term exam. Express the ratio of his total marks scored in the two exams to the total marks available in its simplest form.

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Q8:

Express the ratio as a fraction in its simplest form.

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Q9:

Express the ratio of 72 minutes to 30 minutes in its simplest form.

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Q10:

Are the ratios and equivalent?

• ANo
• BYes