# 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 ๐ 13 20 1,425 1,615 ๐ ๐
• 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:

Danielโ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.

 Jacksonโs Earnings (in Dollars) Time Worked (in Hours) 3 5 8 10 60 100 160 โฆ

Q14:

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

 Boys Girls 1 2 3 4 2 4 6 โฆ

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 โฆ 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 โฏ

Q17:

Complete the ratio table by finding the price per gallon.

 Gallons 5 10 15 30 Price (\$) 19 38 57 โฏ

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 Liamโs jazz albums to Benjaminโs.

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