# Lesson Worksheet: Ratio Tables Mathematics • 6th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice using equivalent ratios to complete ratio tables and solve problems in real-life situations.

Q1:

The table shows the relation between time (in hours) and the distance (in kilometers) traveled by a car from its starting position. Given that the car moves at a constant speed, find the values of , , and .

 Time Distance 15 𝑎 13 20 1,425 1,615 𝑏 𝑐
• A, , .
• B, , .
• C, , .
• D, , .

Q2:

The given ratio table shows the relationship between the number of tomatoes and peppers needed to make a salad.

 Number of Tomatoes Number of Peppers 4 8 12 2 4 6

Which of the following describes the relationship between each ratio?

• AFor every 4 tomatoes, there are 4 peppers.
• BFor every 4 tomatoes, there are 2 peppers.
• CFor every 2 tomatoes, there are 4 peppers.
• DFor every 4 tomatoes, there are 6 peppers.
• EFor every 2 tomatoes, there are 2 peppers.

Q3:

Complete the following table:

First Number (Antecedent)Second Number (Consequent)Forms of Expressing the Ratio
25 or
or
• A5, 39
• B34, 5
• C5, 34
• D29, 34

Q4:

Using the ratio table, determine how many people 8 pizzas would serve.

 Number of Pizzas People Served 3 4 7 8 9 12 21 ?

Q5:

Using the ratio table, determine how many people 7 pizzas would serve.

 Number of Pizzas People Served 3 5 6 7 9 15 18 ?

Q6:

Using the ratio table, determine how many people 8 pizzas would serve.

 Number of Pizzas People Served 2 4 6 8 12 24 36 ?

Q7:

Complete the following table:

First Number (Antecedent)Second Number (Consequent)Forms of Expressing the Ratio
45 or
or
• A9, 23
• B14, 9
• C9, 14
• D5, 14

Q8:

Complete the following table:

First Number (Antecedent)Second Number (Consequent)Forms of Expressing the Ratio
35 or
or
• A3, 11
• B8, 3
• C3, 8
• D5, 8

Q9:

Olivia cycles with a constant rate of 14 miles per hour. Which of the following tables represents this?

• A
 Time (Hours) Distance (Miles) 1 2 3 3 0 14 28 42
• B
 Time (Hours) Distance (Miles) 0 14 28 42 1 2 3 4
• C
 Time (Hours) Distance (Miles) 14 28 42 56 1 2 3 4
• D
 Time (Hours) Distance (Miles) 1 2 3 4 14 14 14 14
• E
 Time (Hours) Distance (Miles) 1 2 3 4 14 28 42 56

Q10:

The table shows the distance a cyclist traveled. If she continued to cycle at the same rate, determine the distance she will have traveled after four minutes.

 Time (min) Distance (yd) 1 2 3 4 350 700 1,050 ?

Q11:

Daniel’s car can travel 570 miles on 15 gallons of gasoline. Using a ratio table, determine how many miles he can travel on 11 gallons.

Q12:

A store received a shipment of 200 keyboards at a price of \$7,000. If the store gave away 9 of them, use a ratio table to find how much money it lost.

Q13:

Jackson gets paid the same amount per hour. Complete this table by finding the ratio.

 Jackson’s Earnings (in Dollars) Time Worked (in Hours) 3 5 8 10 60 100 160 …

Q14:

In every class, the ratio of boys to girls is the same.

 Boys Girls 1 2 3 4 2 4 6 …

What number is missing from the table?

What is the ratio of boys to girls?

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q15:

Complete the table by finding the ratio between distance and time.

 Time (min) 8 16 24 … Distance (m) 18 36 54 90

Q16:

The table shows the amount of flour and sugar to use in a recipe. By determining the ratio of sugar to flour, find the missing number in the table.

 Sugar (cups) Flour (cups) 2 4 6 8 3 6 9 ⋯

Q17:

Complete the ratio table by finding the price per gallon.

 Gallons 5 10 15 30 Price (\$) 19 38 57 ⋯

Q18:

The given table compares the music collections of both Liam and Benjamin. Determine how many more jazz albums Liam has than Benjamin, and find the ratio between Liam’s jazz albums to Benjamin’s.

Music GenreLiamBenjamin
Classical126
Rock2524
Jazz2919
• A10,
• B10,
• C1,
• D1,
• E10,