# Lesson Worksheet: Ratios and Rates Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice representing ratios and rates in fraction form.

Q1:

In the figure below, determine the ratio of the red parts to the green ones in its simplest form. • A
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Q2:

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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Q3:

Red and orange counters are used to model the ratio that compares the number of baskets Naser makes to the number of baskets Khalid makes. Write down this ratio. • A
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Q4:

Consider the figure. What is the ratio of to ?

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Q5:

Consider the given models. What is the ratio of the blue units to the orange units in its simplest form?

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What is the ratio of the blue units to all the units in its simplest form?

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Here are some marbles. Find the ratio of the blue marbles to the green marbles in its simplest form.

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Find the equivalent ratio of the blue marbles to the green marbles.

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Q7:

Recently a music store received a shipment of 2‎ ‎359 CDs by 170 different artists. Determine the ratio of artists to CDs as a fraction in its simplest form.

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Q8:

Given that there are 50 boys and 20 girls in a class, calculate the ratio of the number of girls to boys in its simplest form.

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Q9:

Fawaz’s monthly salary is 400 LE. He spends 160 LE and saves the remainder. What is the ratio between the amount he saves and his salary in its simplest form?

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Q10:

It was expected that 609 people would register for a newsletter. If 783 people registered, write a ratio to compare the number of people who registered to the number of people who were expected to.

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